You're looking at a Chinese variant of the Soviet TT-33. If the gun is in good working order 200.00 is a good deal. From what I have seen of this particular version of the TT-33 over the course of the past, oh, maybe 20 years now, I'd say that the vast majority of them were poorly manufactured. But quality varies greatly with those guns, so you should judge it as a stand-alone item. One plus is that most of the parts are standard to the TT-33 and can be easily replaced if necessary. Another plus is the caliber. Be careful with the TT-33, by the way. That 54-1 most likely shares almost all of the safety hazards associated with the TT-33 -- which include but are not limited to the following: with hammer resting fully down over a chambered round a very moderate bump against the hammer spur will fire the weapon. With hammer at half **** over a chambered round a dropped TT-33 may break the sear and fire. This is not a practical concealed carry gun, though like any gun it can be pressed into defensive service safely if you get your head into how it works and formulate a plan for safe and effective use in that role. Look for earlier posts related to the TT-33 (Tokarev) for more info (and wonderfully stupid arguments which I must admit to having poured verbal gasoline all over on a few occasions). Stay safe, and enjoy. It's a fun gun to own and has a great history associated with the basic design. The Russians have about the same affection for the TT-33 as Americans do for the M1911 and for much the same reason -- WWII service.