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tt-33 drum mag?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by thatoneguy90, Feb 12, 2009.

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  1. thatoneguy90

    thatoneguy90 Member

    Feb 12, 2009
    OK guys i have a quick question i own a tt-33 and i am looking to buy/make a hi-cap mag for it

    i was considering buying a ppsh-41 drum and welding a tt mag to the top but i am not sure if it would work

    i would have to get a longer spring or some dummy rounds to fill up the mag once the drum is done pushing similar to the beta c mags

    but carrying around a pistol with a drum that is bigger than the gun seems silly

    any one have anymore (hopefully more practical) ideas?

    thanks in advance Wyatt
  2. rudolf

    rudolf Member

    May 28, 2005
    The Luger drum was actually a drum adapted to a single stack gun. As the TT33 is single stack, get a drawing of the luger drum (or snail) to see how it was done. Don't go looking for a real one, they are $2000 up and please don't hack one.
    The PPSH was double feed, so there wont be a much straightforward way to simply use that.
  3. makarovnik

    makarovnik Member

    Jul 8, 2006
    For some strange reason I don't like it when the loaded magazine is heavier than the gun itself.
  4. gripper

    gripper Member

    Jan 7, 2004
    Nashua NH
    Me thinks a "Plus 2 or Plus 3" type magazine floorplate might be more practical.....think about what glock did years agor with their magazine accessories.
    Weldind a drum onto a single column mag sounds like a good way to cause malfunctions and /or breaks at the seam,metal fatigue and all that.Neat idea,though...
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