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Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by ss33204, May 8, 2013.
What stamped cases are said to be the dangerous rounds?
I know some of this was loaded for subguns. That ammo should not be fired in the Broom Handle Mauser pistols. They were chambered for the 7.63X25 and should not be used with modern 7.62X25. I think the CZ 52 can handle any of the 7.62X25 loads.
Were`nt NO Sub-guns chambered in the 7.63 Mauser, BUT you should never use anything but said round in a Mauser C96.............Any firearm chambered in the 7.62x25 will handle any round out there.
Better check your facts. There were many Sub Guns chambered for the 7.62 X 25 round. Russians and many of the Communist Block nations loaded some Hot ammo for these guns.
He said no subguns in the 7.63 nauser
The Bergman MP 18 was a 7.63 X 25 there were others. Please check your facts before posting all this false data on Sub Guns.
Yes & No, the MP18 was built to be chambered in the 7.63 Mauser but was dropped & they chambered it in the 9x19, I doubt you can even find one chambered in the 7.63 Mauser..............
Some 7.62X25 was made for rifles & some for handguns like the CZ-52-
They were not meant to interchange-
Thats about all i know
303 You said never? Now you qualify your answer again? I think you have very limited knowledge but a willingness post?
What ever dude, I am almost 60 & firearms is what I have done my whole life, I know what I am talking about weather you think so or not, and that`s all I am going to say about it !...............
I am older than you. And old enough to know I don't know everything. I am also old enough to recognize self appointed experts. Do you know any of these?
Yes I think I do !................
I have several batches of E. European 7.62X25 that I shoot in aCZ52
These run 1575 to 1650 on the chrono. HOT! but safe as far as I can tell.
7.63 Mauser and 7.62x25mm are identical cartridges with only a pressure difference so hotter 7.62x25mm ammo could be used in the older Mauser chambering with possible dangerous results.