What is the future of 7.62x25 Tok?

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What is the future of 7.62x25 Tok?

Post by gman68w » March 21st, 2018, 2:44 pm

I've been looking a long time at a PPs-43C, and I've also been watching the prices of Tokarev ammo. $17~$25 for 50rnds isn't appetising for what I'd wanted to be a plinker. Is there any reason to think demand will pick up, and production levels will mean cheaper boxes of the stuff?
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Re: What is the future of 7.62x25 Tok?

Post by Curly1 » March 23rd, 2018, 10:03 am

Things rarely get cheaper.
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Re: What is the future of 7.62x25 Tok?

Post by MJ1 » March 27th, 2018, 12:37 pm

I would say it has a bright future. Easy to reload for and brass in available and cheap plus you can make brass from .223 cases easy. Bullets are another story with the .30 90g Mauser being one of the few good ones and the few other .309" 85 to 90g close behind.

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