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Thread: 7.62x25 Revolver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnyy View Post
    7.62x25 is basically similar velocity/punch etc. to a .357?
    Speed ? Yep.

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    I would be in for one too. And yes I have the DA762 and 4 Toks already.

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    If that revolver is for sale in here I would get one right away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexter Morgan View Post
    Even Magnum Research doesn't like building their BFR revolvers in bottleneck calibers.

    Way too many problems with stuck cases.
    With very high pressure rifle cartridges, for sure.

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    Rimless, bottle neck cartridge with (probably ) steel cases? Sounds like a stuck case waiting to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bross View Post
    Past tries with bottle neck revolver cartridges, and light/ fast loads have not worked well: 22 Jet, 256 Winchester, 357 Max. All had serious errosion or extraction problems.
    Those are cartridges with much higher pressure and/or much higher powder volumes. I am a bit skeptical but the Tok cartridge could actually work well in a revolver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bross View Post
    Past tries with bottle neck revolver cartridges, and light/ fast loads have not worked well: 22 Jet, 256 Winchester, 357 Max. All had serious errosion or extraction problems.
    357 max is not necked

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryG View Post
    357 max is not necked
    I think he included it because the max was famous for topstrap erosion with light bullets. The Tok has nowhere near the powder capacity so it will be a non-issue...

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    If you can dream it, you can do it.

    We can definitely inquire and see if bringing these is a possibility... realistically, how many of you would commit to one.
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    If you can bring them in for ~$700 or under I’d be interested but otherwise it’s a bit too high for a novelty IMO

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