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#5776389 - 06/06/15 10:08 AM 7.62x25
HWY_MAN Online   content
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Registered: 05/25/06
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Who offers this caliber in a pistol other than the CZ-52?
Yes a Weatherby does kill them deader.

#5776443 - 06/06/15 10:47 AM Re: 7.62x25 [Re: HWY_MAN]
Barcelona Rick Offline
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Loc: East Texas
There are several offered...Tokarev being the most common. Most of the Communist Block countries manufactured them. They are very sturdy. They were very reasonably priced at one time. This is a screaming hot pistol round that was also utilized in a machine gun by the Russians...

#5776978 - 06/06/15 06:45 PM Re: 7.62x25 [Re: HWY_MAN]
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Registered: 02/01/11
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Solid round, ive seen a bolt guns set up to basically mimick the 300 BO its a pretty sweet round, but havent seen a pistol that isnt fugly.
Jorge Sakai
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#5777475 - 06/07/15 09:59 AM Re: 7.62x25 [Re: HWY_MAN]
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Ruger made a single action Blackhawk in 30 carbine

May solve your pistol dilemma
Originally Posted By: Nogalus Prairie
I think the deer hunting shows and "Bro' Country" are going to be the downfall of this once-great nation.

#5777561 - 06/07/15 11:39 AM Re: 7.62x25 [Re: HWY_MAN]
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The 7.63x25 and 7.62x25 a virtually identical the biggest difference is the primer size and extractor groove. The Germans and Finns used a lot of 7.62x25 in captured weapons during WWII. The biggest difference is that the CZ 52 was designed to be able to utilize the hot submacinegun rounds not normally used in pistols.
for every stereotype there's a prototype

#5778540 - 06/07/15 11:16 PM Re: 7.62x25 [Re: HWY_MAN]
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Registered: 12/02/09
Posts: 688
Loc: Krum, TX
I have a TT-33 that I shoot both 7.62x25 and 7.63 Mauser, though wimpy 7.63 requires a light weight spring. Handloads really make my pistol shine and offer more utility than FMJ loads. I love my tok and it is a excellent size for a carry pistol, but I just can't bring myself to holster it in anything other than condition 3 unless I am hunting.

Originally Posted By: Robert A. Heinlein
A thousand reasoned opinions never equal to one case of diving in and finding out.


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