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Posted: 3/17/2006 7:43:37 AM EDT
I got one of my AIM flyers in the mail the other day and want to get a pair of CZ52's with my C&R as soon as they're available. I also want to pick up a case of this ammo. I'm wondering if it is corrosive, and if so, how do you all clean your CZ's after shooting it? Soak the entire gun in something to de-salt it? I shoot corrosive through my Mauser and M44 and really only need to clean the action and barrel. Is this the only 7.62x25 surplus available?

Also, how do these guns shoot? How powerful is this round? Comparable to a 9mm, .357 sig, or .357 magnum?



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Link Posted: 3/17/2006 7:47:10 AM EDT
Tag. I have thought of buying a 52 for the hell of it.
Link Posted: 3/17/2006 7:58:31 AM EDT
My friends squirt a little Windex in the barrel after they shoot corrosive ammo in their Soviet Relics. It's the ammonia, I think.

I have a 52, fun to shoot, horrible trigger. The Tokarov round is fast and will penetrate class II vests. It may penetrate class IIIa, but it's a little iffy, so I've heard.
Link Posted: 3/17/2006 8:00:25 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/17/2006 8:01:23 AM EDT by JakeThePimp]
I own a cz52 and the Romanian Ammo.

Gun is of good quality except for the firing pin. I've never had trouble with mine, but you can not dry fire the gun. The trigger isn't nice either.

7.62x25 is a hot round. IIRC 2200fps.

The ammo is corrosive but I've found cleaning it is easy. Just take the top half of the gun off, run the barrel with a couple swabs of soapy water or windex and then clean as normal.

-JTP
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