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Thread: New Product: Dominion Arms P762 in 7.62x25

  1. #541
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    Hello guys,
    Do you have any idea, where to buy grips? I have the rubber Houge style and they are a bit big for my taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanAm View Post
    Dominion Arms P762 in 7.62x25

    $399

    Includes 2 x 17(10) rd mags





    Too bad the surplus ammo in this caliber has become so expensive, not worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bibatoad View Post
    Too bad the surplus ammo in this caliber has become so expensive, not worth it.
    $100 for 500 rounds is hardly expensive,beats every 9mm deal I’ve ever seen
    It's not that I'm new to this....I'm just an idiot...

    Once Proud member of the NFA.now disgruntled and disillusioned and confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bibatoad View Post
    Too bad the surplus ammo in this caliber has become so expensive, not worth it.
    It doesn’t like a lot of surplus ammo...at least mine doesn’t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anyad Pitchaya View Post
    It doesn’t like a lot of surplus ammo...at least mine doesn’t.
    Thats crappy. You can upgrade the mainspring with Wolf springs for an old style Sig. When you buy them grab both a full power main spring and a reduced power main spring for when your crate of surplus is done. I have pretty good luck with a few different surplus kinds (non-corrosive Norinco) even with the reduced power spring installed. Some crates just have extra hard primers.

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    Hi again,
    Yesterday I tested this beauty at the range, so small report:
    I used two kinds of ammo, SB and Russian surplus 38-77 (Chelyabinsk, year 77) Both performed well, yet the Russian is more hot. I was testing the DPM System for Sig p226 Which I bought and the optimal setup is use of the shortest plug and spring, with harder there were some jams. Felt recoil is somewhere between 9 mm and 7.65 Br, but the fireballs like I never seen. It get hot really quickly.

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