Apr 03, 2020 · The 7.62×25 Tokarev was developed in 1930 and chambered in a then-new Soviet TT-30 semiautomatic pistol, which evolved into the TT-33 pistol. This cartridge was also chambered in the Czechoslovakian CZ 52 pistol and various clones made by China, Vietnam, and the former Yugoslavia.
New Haven Police Seize 8 Guns; Make 9 Nine Arrests – The driver, Brandon Mendoza, 28, had a Norinco Model 54 pistol with 7.62×25 caliber rounds in the ammunition magazine. Aug. 5: Paul Witherspoon, 22, of Hamden, was rrested after police found a.
Apr 06, 2015 · 7.62×25 Tokarev cartridge is a higher-pressure 1930 update of the 1896 high-velocity 7.63mm Mauser. Originally designed for pistols, it was also used in several submachine guns. As a result, it used mainly medium speed powders and produces a substantial muzzle flash. Most of the ammunition available is military surplus, with thick jackets and great penetration–a predictable product.
May 17, 2011 · So I really want to get a handgun in 7.62×25. What are your opinions on which ones are the best quality, value, most reliable? So far the ones I know of are the TT-33, the Yugo M-57, and the CZ 52. Please help me out here!!!! I really liked the pics that KC posted of the chromed m-57. looks beaut.
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Mauser C96 and C30 "Broomhandle" pistols typically have oversized bores, and .311" bullets may be needed to produce acceptable accuracy. However, firing the 7.62×25 out of a Mauser C96 is not recommended, as it is too hot and will destroy the pistol. Hornady makes an 85-grain .309" "XTP" bullet that functions well in all these pistols.
I've got a Norinco copy in 9mm and recently purchased the TT33 in 7.62×25. That's one hot little .30 ! Time to pick up a couple cases of ammo and maybe a carbine to compliment it. Since we can't have SBRs in MI, I'd prefer the longer barreled carbine to the "pistol" with an inoperable folding stock.