800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description

800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description

800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description
800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description800 Round Ammo Can - 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo for Sale - Hard Primers - Read Description
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SKU: CZ-762x25-Can

Description Notice: This ammo has hard mil-spec primers and you may get some rounds that do not fire the first time they are struck, and may have to be struck a 2nd time to fire. When test fired in a CZ52 we noticed that about 20% of the rounds did not fire the first time, but all of those did fire the 2nd time. Sold 'As-is' with no warranty or returns accepted.

20x40 Round Box of 7.62x25 Tokarev FMJ Czech 1950s Military Surplus Ammo repacked in a used M19A1 ammo can for Sale

Steel case, corrosive primer, magnetic bi-metal jacketed lead core bullet. Packed 8 rounds per stripper clip, 5 clips per 40 round box.

1950s vintage military surplus 7.62x25 ammo. Projectile may be copper color or silver color. There may be some variation in packaging and projectile in different vintages. Also there may be brass case ammo in the mix. This is vintage surplus so expect the chance at some variation in the product. Examined cartridges had a "bxn" headstamp.

Made for use in CZ52 pistols

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Customer Reviews

Ammo is great for practice, until the gun gets hot. I am shooting a Romania TTC Tokarev. Once things start heating up I had a few stove pipes, and some stuck cases in the chamber that needed to be poked out with a cleaning rod. Overall it is low quality ammo but it is good enough for plinking, and a few reliability issues are certainly worth the amount I save. Only one primer did not go off the first time and I’ve been through about 400 rounds, other than that they all go bang and are accurate enough.
I'm over 100 rounds in and have had zero issues with this ammo in my Zastava M57. The M57 has a reputation for eating hard primers, probably due to the different striker mechanism compared to a standard Tokarev. Great stuff at a great price.
Bought a can of the ammo. Tried it in my Romanian Tokarev and had a couple of jams with the first two clips I fired. After that over a hundred rounds with no jams. The gun (from Classic Arms) looks brand new or very lightly used. I think it needed to be used...…...
Bought some, liked the can. Noticed about the same ftf as mentioned in the description when firing in my CZ-52, but when firing in both of my other Tok's (a TTC and a new M-57) I had no failure to fires. Noticably more powerful than other Tokarev ammo, judging by the stripper clip I'd say this is some of that fabled more powerful submachinegun ammo. It throws a lot of sparks when fired. Be careful about using this in dry conditions outdoors.