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aom22 10-27-2006 02:43 PM

Winchester Gone Russian: Wildcat 22 (aka TOZ 78-12)
 
I was browsing the Winchester Website for changes since the New Haven Plant closed. I noticed this:

Quote:

The Winchester Wildcat 22 is crafted from world-wide sourcing under the top quality specifications of Winchester.
Wildcat PDF Flyer

http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k2...at/525100m.jpg

Quote:

The Wildcat is a live one. It may possibly be the best bolt action 22 value in history. The Winchester Wildcat 22 is crafted from world-wide sourcing under the top quality specifications of Winchester. Look closely and you'll see the kind of features that make a great little gun. But you won't really appreciate it fully until you take it to the range and experience the kind of accuracy that establishes the Wildcat as a true over-achiever. With correct loads and a little skill, you'll cover your groups at 25 yards with a dime, and a quarter will take you out to 50 yards.

21" Sporter weight barrel.
22 Long Rifle with semi-target chamber for top accuracy.
Polished bore and precision rifling.
Micro adjustable rear sight with fold-down design for full clearance when mounting a scope.
Classic Winchester details like checkered buttplate (with embossed Winchester crest) and a durable composite pistol grip cap.
Cut checkered hardwood stock with Featherweight styling right down to the Schnabel fore-end tip.
Three 10-round magazines and one 5-round magazine included - that's correct, four total.
Easily removable, field strippable bolt for easy maintenance.
Forward magazine release so the magazine pops right into your hand for easy retention.
Advanced trigger system offers safety and a lighter trigger pull for accuracy.
Does this rifle resemble the Small-Bore Hunting Carbines TOZ-78 or what
http://www.ssmedwi.com/toz7804L.JPG

Small-Bore Hunting Carbines TOZ-78
http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/images/rifles/toz-78.jpg
Quote:

They are intended for professional, amateur hunting and sporting. These simple and reliable carbines provide easy handling. Reloading is carried out manually by means of a sliding breech bolt. The drum rear-sight mechanism is adjusted for shooting at distances of 25, 50, 75 and 100 m. There is a closed front sight adjustable on vertical and horizontal lines. It is possible to mount an optical sight. There are trigger pull and trigger creep adjustments. The standard set of TOZ-78 includes an optical sight.
Models TOZ-78-05 and TOZ-78-06 have an extra heavy barrel; they are used only with an optical sight. An export version of models TOZ-78-04 and TOZ-78-06 is with twists on the muzzle part, which allow applying extra choke tubes.
Small-Bore Hunting Carbines TOZ-78, TOZ-78-01, TOZ-78-04
SOUVENIR

http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/images/rifles/toz-78-suv.jpg
Quote:

The stock and the fore-end are made of high-quality walnut or beech. The model of souvenir manufacture is decorated with a highly artistic hand engraving, inlay with precious metals, pearl and wood-carving.
http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/toz78suv.html
http://www.ssmedwi.com/toz7804L.JPG
http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/toz78.html

riggins 10-27-2006 04:48 PM

It resembles the TOZ-78, because that is what it is. based off of how well mt TOZ-78 shoots, I will buy one of these. I really like the nicer stock and the Americanized stock.

riggins

j.r. guerra in s. texas 10-30-2006 01:13 PM

Its a handsome rifle, no two ways about it. I especially appreciate the changed sights - its Russian prototype has some issues with scopes and high forward sight.

I'm keeping the TOZ though.

C.C. 10-30-2006 03:56 PM

WINCHESTERSKI?? :eek: :mad:

SOMEBODY is more desperate than I thought! :shakehead

3joe21 10-30-2006 08:09 PM

Yep, they close their New Haven plant, import Russian firearms that aren't even their design. They've probably sold all the machine tools to make the 9422 to the Taurus so they can butcher a really well made rifle.

j.r. guerra in s. texas 10-31-2006 08:26 AM

Just a sign of the times . . .
 
. . . the cost of building in a foreign country is less than here. The TOZ 78 rifle is available for $130 right now. The only way Winchester can win is buy distribution rights and sell them as their own. I was lucky to score in the For Sale / Trade forum below - a fellow RFCer wanted to let his TOZ go for what I thought a reasonable price - $100. With 2 - 5 round and 2 - 10 round magazines (which between us girls look a bit flimsy, but so far - no problems with them at all). This was the standard 'blond' stocked Russian model.

http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y17...s/TOZ78kit.jpg

Unless public is willing to buy $400 rifles vs. the foreign half priced models. CZs are priced less than American, but are well made. Whats a consumer to do?

Vincent 10-31-2006 09:48 AM

J.R. Where can you buy the TOZ?

j.r. guerra in s. texas 10-31-2006 09:50 AM

[QUOTE=Vincent]J.R. Where can you buy the TOZ?

Classic Arms had them for $129 recently.

Vincent 10-31-2006 10:10 AM

Never heard of them....I'll Google! Thank you.

j.r. guerra in s. texas 10-31-2006 10:39 AM

Yer Welcome - just went there and according to web site - still available at $129.95.

Vincent 10-31-2006 12:14 PM

The TOZ?
 
Forget that thing!

I want one of the Swiss K-31's:t :) $129 These are exceptionally well built, finely machined, STRAIGHT pull bolt actions. The round is equal to .308 and is a .30 cal. I have seen them shoot MOA with iron sights. I would not be able to shoot it that well but I can try:D Great Site.

j.r. guerra in s. texas 10-31-2006 01:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vincent
Forget that thing!

I want one of the Swiss K-31's:t :) $129 These are exceptionally well built, finely machined, STRAIGHT pull bolt actions. The round is equal to .308 and is a .30 cal. I have seen them shoot MOA with iron sights. I would not be able to shoot it that well but I can try:D Great Site.

Oh yeah . . . the K31s are a fantastic bargain. I have a couple of them myself - S&K mounts makes a 'scout type' of scope mount for a forward scope position if you ever change your mind about going with a scope. Replaces tangent rear sight with no drilling / tapping. The reason for scout position is the rifle is a top eject, so scope is offset to either side or scout mount is mandated. Also a pair of micrometer peep sights are available but bring your mastercard - it 'spensive!! :eek:

http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y17...1scopeside.jpg

The hand select is worth it - I have one standard beech model, and two walnut stocked hand selects. Best place I've seen for ammo is Dan's Ammo - 480 rounds with 10 stripper clips for $159 plus s&h. Good folks as well.

Hope this helps Vincent. :t

canadiangunnut 10-31-2006 03:54 PM

I love my toz 78!
Nice light, accurate rifle. The bolt is a little rough but for $125.00cdn shipped and taxed I'm happy
The front sight works perfectly with the williams fpgr peepsight I put on the receiver.
The front sight is solid with a round hood and post that is adjustable.

aom22 10-31-2006 06:29 PM

Info from website
http://www.classicarms.us/

TOZ-22----NEW LOWER PRICE
http://www.classicarms.us/toz78jpeg.gif
NEW TOZ 78 BOLT ACTION .22 TARGET RIFLE.
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
IN THIS CASE, THE GRAPHIC ABOVE DOES NOT DO THIS RIFLE JUSTICE. COMMERCIALLY BRAND NEW.
JUST IN TIME FOR SQUIRREL SEASON- WE BOUGHT UP THE IMPORTERS REMAINING STOCK AND GOT A GREAT PRICE BREAK , SO WE ARE PASSING IT ON TO YOU. THESE RIFLES WERE A BARGAIN AT $149.95... THEY ARE AN ABSOLUTE STEAL AT THE NEW PRICE..... $129.95

WE ALSO JUST RECIEVED 1 CASE OF THE NEW RUSSIAN TOZ-99 SEMI-AUTO .22 RIFLES. THESE ARE INCREDIBLY NICE. WITH EXTRA MAGS AND ACCESSORIES......$189.95
http://www.classicarms.us/MVC-TOZ99.gif

aom22 10-31-2006 06:33 PM

Info from website
http://www.classicarms.us/
THE SWISS ARE KNOWN FOR WATCHES, CHOCOLATE AND THE PRECISION WORKMANSHIP, HIGH QUALITY AND ACCURACY OF THEIR K-31 RIFLES
http://www.classicarms.us/images/firearms/K31jpg.jpg
http://www.classicarms.us/Mvc-105s.jpg
Manufactured at the Eidgenossische Waffenfabrik, Bern (EWB) Switzerland. K31 straight-pull bolt rifle, crown jewel of the Schmidt Rubin family and vastly superior weapon to the earlier Schmidt Rubins, has an outstanding reputation for accuracy as its double stage trigger has a consistent final let-off of about 3 1/2 pounds. You can consistently achieve minute of angel groups. An outstanding Infantry Weapon of Swiss Defence Force was in service until it was replaced by SIG M57 select fire assault rifle. Standard front post sight adjustable for windage, rear conventional military tangent type graduated from 100 to 1,500 meters. Semi-pistol grip stock with a sling bar let into the left side of the butt, 6 rounds detachable box magazine
I AM REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THESE. WE JUST RECEIVED A VERY SMALL SHIPMENT OF K-31 SWISS STRAIGHT PULL RIFLES. NOW IF YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THESE RIFLES YOU KNOW THAT THEY HAVE BASICALLY BEEN KNOWN AS THE UGLY RIFLES THAT ARE REALLY ACCURATE. HECK, THE INDUSTRY EVEN COINED A PHRASE ( BEAVER CHEWED STOCKS) TO DISCRIBE THE TYPICAL CONDITION OF THESE RIFLES. SO YOU CAN IMAGINE MY SKEPTICISM, WHEN ONE OF THE SMALLER U.S. IMPORTERS CONTACTED US AND SAID THEY HAD JUST BROUGT IN A SMALL LOT OF THE NICEST K-31 RIFLES EVER IMPORTED.THE PRICE WAS MORE THAN WE WERE ACCUSTOMED TO HOWEVER WE WERE TRIPLE ASSURED OF THE QUALITY, AND THE OTHER IMPORTERS WERE ALL OUT, SO WE DECIDED TO GIVE THEM A TRY. THEY ARRIVED TODAY, AND WE WERE VERY PLEASED. THESE ARE THE NICEST K-31'S WE HAVE EVER SEEN. THEY ARE NOT BRAND NEW BUT I WOULD RATE THEM AS A HIGH, VERY GOOD SURPLUS CONDITION. THE STOCKS SHOW A GLOSS FINISH WITH SOME MINOR HANDLING AND STORAGE MARKS. THE BLUING IS PROBABLY 85 TO 90 % WITH MOST OF THE WEAR SHOWING ON THE SHARP EDGES. BORES ARE IMMACULATE. MOST, BUT NOT ALL HAVE MATCHING #'S ALL THE WAY AROUND INCLUDUING THE MAGAZINE , AND SOME EVEN HAVE THE ORIGINAL TROOP I.D. TAG UNDER THE BUTTPLATE. (DON'T KNOW WHAT THE I.D. TAG IS. THIS IS REALLY NEAT GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE FOR THE PHOTO AND THE REST OF THE STORY..)
ALL ARE BASICALLY THE SAME CONDITION WISE BUT WE ARE SELLING THEM AT 3 DIFFERENT PRICES BASED ON YOUR WANTS & NEEDS

riggins 10-31-2006 07:56 PM

You will not be sorry with the TOZ-78 or the K-31. I have one of each. I am skeptical about the TOZ-99 though. The only report from an owner that I have read said that his broke in the first 500 rounds and that he could not find replacement parts.

riggins

newfiebullet 11-01-2006 12:29 PM

I had a toz-99 and it worked for about the first hour. The sear cracked in 2 after about 150 rounds. Perhaps it was a fluke but I wouldn't recommend one (you could get them for $99 cdn for a while). Folks up here have great luck and accuracy with the toz-78 though (they were selling for $79 cdn).

aom22 11-02-2006 08:01 PM

I just wished Winchester would import the higher grade version of the TOZ 78. Rather than, just the low end model.
http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/images/rifles/toz-78-suv.jpg
http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/toz78suv.html
Quote:

An export version of the model TOZ-78-04 with threading on the muzzle part allows to use an additional device (silencer).
The stock and the fore-end are made of high-quality walnut or beech. The model of souvenir manufacture is decorated with a highly artistic hand engraving, inlay with precious metals, pearl and wood-carving.

UK007 11-02-2006 08:22 PM

AND SOME EVEN HAVE THE ORIGINAL TROOP I.D. TAG UNDER THE BUTTPLATE. (DON'T KNOW WHAT THE I.D. TAG IS...

Not sure if this is correct, but I heard the Swiss Army doesn't have a large standing Army force. Most of their troops are like National Guard and used to take their arms home with them... could explain the Troop I.D. Tag etc.
Anyone know for sure? Is this just a load of .....

aom22 11-02-2006 08:39 PM

Original Troop I.d. Tag Under The Buttplate
 
Read the website information ... a little more closely ... to get you started.

http://www.classicarms.us/
Quote:

(DON'T KNOW WHAT THE I.D. TAG IS. THIS IS REALLY NEAT GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE FOR THE PHOTO AND THE REST OF THE STORY..)
http://www.classicarms.us/Mvc-106s.jpg
Quote:

OKAY- HERE IS THE 411 ON THE K-31 I.D. TAGS. A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO , A CUSTOMER CALLED ME UP AND ASKED IF I HAD ANY K-31 RIFLES WITH THE ORIGINAL SOLDIERS I.D. TAGS UNDER THE BUTTPLATE. I THOUGT HE WAS CRAZY , BUT IN AN EFFORT TO HUMOR THE GUY I TOLD HIM I WOULD REMOVE A FEW BUTTPLATES, LOOK, AND GET BACK TO HIM. LOW AND BEHOLD , ON ABOUT THE 4TH OR 5TH ONE I HIT PAYDIRT. THERE UNDER THE BUTTPLATE AND HELD IN PLACE BY ONE OF THE PLATE SCREWS WAS A PLASTIC TAG CONTAINING THE SERIAL # ON ONE SIDE AND THE INFORMATION ON THE ORIGINAL SWISS OWNER ON THE OTHER SIDE. (SEE PHOTO)
....

Quote:

IF YOU GO TO THE GUN BOARDS, AND SWISS RIFLE FORUMS I AM TOLD THERE IS ACTUALLY A GUY THERE WHO WILL TRANSLATE THE WRITING FOR YOU. I KNOW OF SOME FOLKS WHO HAVE REACHED OUT TO THE ORIGINAL SWISS OWNERS EITHER VIA MAIL OR THE INTERNET AND HAVE RECEIVED REPLIES.
Quote:

THE CUSTOMER WHO NOTIFIED ME OF THE I.D. TAGS CALLED ME AND TOLD ME THANKS FOR THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. I ASKED HE HE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE HIS NAME AND CONTACT INFO LISTED HERE AND HE AGREED. HIS NAME IS DANNY GIBSON. HE APPEARS TO HAVE A TREMENDOUS KNOWLEDGE OF THESE FIREARMS AND A HUNGER TO SHARE IT. YOU MAY CONTACT HIM AT [email protected]. THANKS DAN, YOU ARE A TRUE GENTLEMAN.

aom22 11-03-2006 01:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by j.r. guerra in s. texas (Post 1194919)
.... This was the standard 'blond' stocked Russian model ....

http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y17...s/TOZ78kit.jpg

Some gentleman prefer a Russian beeched blonde

j.r. guerra in s. texas 11-03-2006 01:23 PM

Velly velly funny . . . :^)

aom22 11-15-2006 05:20 PM

TOZ 78 - Tula, Winchester Wildcat 22 (aka TOZ 78-12), Optical Sights, USA Peep Sights
 
TOZ (Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod)

TULA Arms Plant

Small-Bore Hunting Carbines TOZ-78
http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/images/rifles/toz-78.jpg
Quote:

They are intended for professional, amateur hunting and sporting.
These simple and reliable carbines provide easy handling.

Reloading is carried out manually by means of a sliding breech bolt.

The drum rear-sight mechanism is adjusted for shooting at distances of 25, 50, 75 and 100 m.
There is a closed front sight adjustable on vertical and horizontal lines.
It is possible to mount an optical sight.

There are trigger pull and trigger creep adjustments.

The standard set of TOZ-78 includes an optical sight.

Models TOZ-78-05 and TOZ-78-06 have an extra heavy barrel;
they are used only with an optical sight.

An export version of models TOZ-78-04 and TOZ-78-06 is with twists
on the muzzle part, which allow applying extra choke tubes.

SPECIFICATIONS

Model: ТОZ-78 (-01, 02, 04, 05, 06)
Caliber: 5,6 mm (.22LR)
Barrel length: 536mm
Carbine length: 1000mm
Weight kg: 2,7
Magazine cartridge capacity: 5 ... 10



Small-Bore Hunting Carbines TOZ-78-05 and TOZ-78-06
http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/images/TOZ-78-05-06-gun.jpg
Quote:

JSC "Tulsky oruzheiny zavod" has started the serial production and sale of new
modification of the popular small-bore carbine TOZ-78.

TOZ-78-05 and TOZ-78-06 are distinctive from other representatives of the particular
model range by extra heavy barrel and the absence of the open sight.

The aiming is performed by means of the optical sight, which is mounted on the "dove-tail" type base.

The model TOZ-78-06 has threading on the muzzle part of the barrel making it possible to use additional
muzzle devices.

Thanks to the excellent ballistic qualities of the carbine, achieved by application of the
extra heavy barrel, the carbine can be successfully used both for the amateur and professional
hunting, as well as for sport and high-accuracy shooting.



Small-Bore Hunting Carbines TOZ-78, TOZ-78-01, TOZ-78-04
SOUVENIR

http://www.tulatoz.ru/en/images/rifles/toz-78-suv.jpg
Quote:

It is designed for professional and amateur hunting, shooting drill, as well as for
leisure-time entertainment shooting.

Llight, simple and reliable carbines are with good handiness. 5,6 mm cartridges rimfire type
can be used for shooting.

The carbine is provided with various capacity magazines, this makes handling even easier.
Reloading is carried out manually by means of a sliding-type bolt.

Drum back-sight mechanism is adjusted for shooting distance of 25, 50, and 100 m.
A closed front sight is adjustable. Mounting of an optical sight is possible.

There are trigger adjustments and trigger stop.

An export version of the model TOZ-78-04 with threading on the muzzle part allows to use an additional device (silencer).

The stock and the fore-end are made of high-quality walnut or beech. The model of souvenir
manufacture is decorated with a highly artistic hand engraving, inlay with precious metals,
pearl and wood-carving.



SSME DEUTSCHE WAFFEN, INC: Suppliers of the Finest European Firearms
http://www.ssmedwi.com/toz7804L.JPG




TOZ 78 BOLT ACTION .22 TARGET RIFLE - Classic Arms Inc.
http://www.classicarms.us/toz78jpeg.gif




TOZ Model 78 - ARMUS Inc.
http://www.armrus.com/images/medium/m27.gif
Quote:

The TOZ-78 small-caliber multiloading hunting carbine for .22LR rim-fire cartridge
is intended for hunting small game.

The strengthened locking of the carbine is achieved with
the aid of the handle and an extra lug which enter the respective slots of the receiver.
The design of the bolt and receiver prevents dirt from getting into the inner space of the
receiver. The dismountable bolt is convenient for cleaning and lubrication.

The TOZ-78 carbine is provided with a cocking indicator: when the hammer is cocked the
striker moves back beyond the inclined end face of the cap, when the hammer is released
the striker end face coincides with the inclined end face of the bolt cap.

The trigger mechanism can be adjusted for trigger pull and creep. The adjusting screws
are located in front of the trigger. The front screw adjusts trigger pull, the rear one
trigger creep. The trigger mechanism is provided with a safety to prevent a shot when
the trigger is accidentally squeezed.

The carbine is furnished with an open sight which provides for firing to distances
of 25, 50, 75, 100 m. The carbine is provided with a closed front sight which can be adjusted
in elevation and windage.

Caliber: 22LR
Mag. Cap: 5,10
Barrel Length: 536mm
Overall Length: 1000mm
Avg Wt: 2.7kg
Price: $272




Model based on the TOZ-78

The Winchester Wildcat 22 Bolt Action
http://www.winchesterguns.com/prodin...es/525100m.jpg
Wildcat_Flyer - 150.pdf
Quote:

The Wildcat is a live one. It may possibly be the best bolt action 22 value in history.
The Winchester Wildcat 22 is crafted from world-wide sourcing under the top quality specifications
of Winchester
. Look closely and you'll see the kind of features that make a great little gun.
But you won't really appreciate it fully until you take it to the range and experience the kind
of accuracy that establishes the Wildcat as a true over-achiever. With correct loads and a
little skill, you'll cover your groups at 25 yards with a dime, and a quarter will take you out
to 50 yards.


21" Sporter weight barrel.
22 Long Rifle with semi-target chamber for top accuracy.
Polished bore and precision rifling.
Micro adjustable rear sight with fold-down design for full clearance when mounting a scope.
Classic Winchester details like checkered buttplate (with embossed Winchester crest) and
a durable composite pistol grip cap.
Cut checkered hardwood stock with Featherweight styling right down to the Schnabel
fore-end tip.
Three 10-round magazines and one 5-round magazine included - that's correct, four total.
Easily removable, field strippable bolt for easy maintenance.
Forward magazine release so the magazine pops right into your hand for easy retention.
Advanced trigger system offers safety and a lighter trigger pull for accuracy.

aom22 11-15-2006 05:43 PM

Scope & Mount for TOZ 78 - BELARUS
 
If the images are not visible, REFRESH screen

SSME DEUTSCHE WAFFEN, INC.
SUPPLIERS OF THE FINEST EUROPEAN FIREARMS

Scope & Mount for TOZ 78


4x24 water proof scopes manufactured in Belarus for the TOZ-78-04L comes complete with mount - $120.
http://www.ssmedwi.com/scope%201.jpg
http://www.ssmedwi.com/scope%203_small.jpghttp://www.ssmedwi.com/scope%202_small.jpg
http://www.ssmedwi.com/scope%202.jpg
http://www.ssmedwi.com/scope%203.jpg




VISION FROM RUSSIA: TOZ-78-01
Additional Scope and Mounts for TOZ 78
No Knowledge of US source or price


PU 3.5x22 optical sight
http://www.npzoptics.com/dynamic/ima...1151471868.jpg http://www.npzoptics.com/dynamic/ima...1151479899.gif



Mounts for Los-7, Bars-4, TOZ 78-01 rifles
http://www.npzoptics.com/dynamic/ima...1066798427.jpg
Tube diameter - 25.4mm. Height - 42mm. Dove tail rail - 102x13x2.6mm. Forward shift - 20mm. Weight - 132g.



Mount for TOZ 78-01 rifle
http://www.npzoptics.com/dynamic/ima...1077870087.jpg
Tube diameter - 20mm. Height - 48mm. Dove tail rail - 50x13x4mm. Weight - 74g.




Night Vision for the TOZ-78-1
Hmmmm ... think we'll ever see this TOZ 78 optical accessory?
JSC "ZOMZ" (Zagorsk optical and mechanical plant)
HUNTING NIGHT SIGHT WITHOUT ILLUMINATION PON-5, PON-5-01

http://zomz.sposad.ru/Nablprib/NitPrib/Prits/pr2.gif
Quote:

The PON-5 and PON-5-01 optical night sights are mounted on a hunting rifle and designed for aimed pointing while shooting
under the conditions of natural night illumination (ENO). They also can be used as night vision devices. The sights are
furnished with the collimator designed for bringing an illumination with changeable brightness sighting reticule into the field
of view, high precision sight angle mechanism and windage one. The sights are put on sale with brackets for mounting on
the rifle of model:
- PON-5-"Saiga", "Vepr";
- PON-5-01-"Los", "Bars","TOZ-78-1".

manowar669 11-15-2006 06:08 PM

Any Idea what size/pitch the threads are on those muzzles?


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