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The 39, clear, close-up, well lighted photos show, to me at least, that someone acquired a REALLY nice, matching, wartime, Izhevsk rig. Wow!

(I wish I could take photos like those. And, that I had the courage to pop off the grips on my matching (except mag) 1940 Tula example. I did not know that they inscribed the inside the right grip. Neat.)
 

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Finish looks original to me. Holster is a post-war. Says Marxist (after Karl Marx) factory. OTK (Department of Labor Control) 1958. The belt is really post-war, probably from 1980s. Chicken scratches on the inside of the grips are in Russian as well. That's one rough looking TeTe.
 
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