William Jones: The 7.62x25mm hits a lot harder than a .357 Magnum round. In Europe...protective vests are "Tokerov Rated"!
Bill Jamison: My CZ-52 came to me as a box of parts with a broken firing pin. I did end up buying it off the guy for 100 $. Did not take me long to find a firing pin and evenually got it all back together and working. I love it, It is a bit tricky to reload for, but it is possible.
Good video, great pistol.
Lawrence Spies: Have you had any issues with the deroosterer? I read that some pistols my fire a round when deroostered. I own three CZ52's and love it and the 7.62 x 25 round. I have never had a misfire as I never deroostered it without holding onto the hammer.
John M: I am haveing trouble with the slide staying back after last round is discharged....also slide release main pivite pin want to come out.... can you help???
Jr Getchell: I just got one of these the guy said it was a 9.25....but u say it a 7.62×25
rgp fast: i came across one of these last month... my ser. number starts with E 10_ _ _ does this mean anything??? where do I get the chinise ammo from???
jpb1231000: Your voice sounds like a favorite gun whore of mine I watch called ARMED DEFENDER!!! Is this an alter ego channel? If you're a diffrent guy, I like this (my first I think) also!!! SUBBED!!
FUSIMSER: yo tengo una cz52 7.62 tok czech pero no tengo tiros de ese calibre saben donde pueda conseguir o venderla ustedes que recomiendan?
lordofwar2006: got the cz-52 pick it up its 9mm and it all matching S.N so i think it was retrofitted from the factory
lordofwar2006: hey theMakarov9 do you think $250 is a good deal on a CZ-52 in 9mm 9x19 seen at gunshop today got a Makarov but still thinking about the CZ-52 9mm
Abu Hussein: لترجمة What are the problems Symbol pistol please
technoviking1975 eberhart: I will never sell mine, shoot the right ammo out of it and you will have no problem.....
TheMakarov9: Wow, what a deal, I would buy it for that price too
metalhead2508: I bought one for $200. Original parkerized finish with tan holster.
metalhead2508: I've read articles claiming that the CZ-52 isn't a strong as everyone once thought. They indicate that the wall thickness where the rollers sit is substantially less than the Tokarev. I've not had any problems with my CZ so far, but I rarely shoot it.
Kelly Meacham: I own one of these hand held anti tank weapons...love it.
LifeisGood762: Why would the Chinese make ammo that they can't shoot in the guns they have? The Chinese TT33 are actually thought to have softer steel as well, so if they can use it, I imagine it's fine in any TT33.
Pinshe_Loko: The price is going up quick
PaidInBoredom: Nice review but dude what's going on with your camera? Its giving me a headache from the strange movement.
SuperMosin762: They are valuable if you find one with the original finish. I picked one up for $250 yesterday, but it's a refurb and was blued when it was refinished. I'm gonna have it done back in its original type finish and replace the aftermarket slide catch on it as well as the firing pin and roller locks
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CZ52 7.62X25 REVIEW TOKAREV5
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