Type 54 and its variants (type 51, M20, TU-90 and Model 213) are Chinese copies of the Soviet Tokarev TT-33 pistol.
Type 54 pistols are also colloquially known as "Black Star" pistols due to the five-cornered star engraved on the all-black mesh.
Type 54 is the improved version of Type 51 (Chinese copy of TT-33) produced after the Korean War. Type 51 was first adopted in 1951 and produced in Factory 66 in Shenyang, using both Soviet and Chinese parts. In 1954, after about 250,000 pistols were manufactured, the name was changed to Type 54, and the pistol used only original components. This type of pistol is usually available in 7.62 × 25 mm caliber, although some variants have been made in Parabellum 9 × 19 mm.
This version is specific to the Middle East and is different from the conventional "Type 54", and is a unique model that reproduces the engraving that reflects the national pattern with bright decorations and markings, as well as the Pakistani distributor brand.
Fully equipped with a "safe trigger"
Construction: aluminum alloy
Chromed outer pipe
Wooden handle with unique texture
Total weight: 685 g
Length: 218 mm
Loader capacity: 10 balls
Shooting mode: Semi-automatic