reloading 7.62 x 25 tok.

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  1. country_boy

    country_boy TGT Addict

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    Ive read some articles/advice from other reloaders about reloading this round, most start with a carbide 38 super sizing die, then go to the 7.62 x 25 charging die, seating die and follow it up with a lee factory crimp die to straighten out the round. Most of the time they say that they have very little rounds that the necks collapsed. Is that the best way to reload this round? I have a cz-52 and with the ammo scare I cant find rounds for it. :(
     


  2. country_boy

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    Anybody?
     
  3. phatcyclist

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    Oh man, there were thousands of rounds of that caliber at the Austin gun show this weekend. I wish I had checked this thread earlier.
     
  4. country_boy

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    were there lots of people there?? you know the one show I dont go to, I went to the farm instead.... and your saying they had tok. ammo? Thats my luck. :hammerhead:
     
  5. phatcyclist

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    Yeah, there was one gentleman that had 1600 rounds sitting at his table. :(
     
  6. country_boy

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    brass? or ready to shoot?
     
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    got a lot at J&G on line and it is cheap too. got mine there, bought a spam can of the stuff. wont be need ing any for a while lol
     
  8. country_boy

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    Yeah but, all that reads corrosive. I stay away from corrosive ammo 85% of the time.

    I figure I can reload which will be non corrosive.
     
  9. country_boy

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    reloading data

    Ok. I called Sierra yesterday, with their sports master bullet 85 gr fmj round nose. They said use 7.9 gr of Power Pistol for 1550 fps. Is there another powder I can use?










     

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