Richard Adamczyk: Chinese 7.62 x 25. Since China made a Tokarev, their ammo can be shot in
theirs? You said not to shoot it in a Tokarev. But the vs 52 can handle it.
Can the Czech 52 handle it? I have a Romanian Tokarev. So I shouldn't use
it in my Romanian? Please elaborate as to what shouldn't be fired in what
Tokarev? I am still a novice in regards to the Tokarev and the various
pressures of the ammo. I don't want to have a catastrophic accident. Thank
you for your information! Great video! Looking forward!
sman7290: The grips are not cardboard. They should be bakelite.
robin6512: I have a TT33 from '45 and like it very much. Shot one of these CZ52's last
week and this thing is getting on my to get list. Funny that you mention
the firingpin, cause the guy who owned it said: get one and get a few spare
firing pins because they will break on you =). Very nice vid and hope to
see part 2 soon. Robin
PaidInBoredom: Nice review but dude what's going on with your camera? Its giving me a
headache from the strange movement.
alan brown: Pachmayer has slip on grips,that have grooves for your fingers.Its like a
rubber sock,and makes the grip feel better.$20.00 bucks is your average
scarecrow1307: great vid man love the eastern bloc weapons
Thunkful2: Mak9: which gun (if any) has a trigger slap?
alan brown: Without knowing HOW HOT IT IS LOADED,I wouldnt want to take a chance and
damage my pistol.If it was only 1,700fps Id prob shoot a few in a cz-52.
762x25CZ52armor: I would be willing to pay up to 350 for a prestine model it is more than
worth it on of the best pistols of all time
TheMakarov9: Wow, what a deal, I would buy it for that price too
alan brown: I dont have that problem,my trigger was polished and releases around 6
TheMakarov9: Cz 52 doesn't have a very good trigger . It's gritty and has alot of
trigger slap, this might. ruin it for some people. The tokarev has more of
a crisp 1911 trigger and besides the rough serrations on the inside of the
trigger, it's actually pretty good
deathmetal44: i want one:)
Thunkful2: These? Which do you mean or both? The Tok or the CZ? One thing I hate is
trigger slap. I suppose a gun smith could take the slap out?
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
8TheManWithNoName8: 7.62x25 is hotter and is not compatible with 7.63 firearms.
pyramonitor: khaki pixels on the grips makes it look better than anything you can buy
new ^_^ and it comes in ninja grey parkerized at no extra cost.
alan brown: the chinese was loaded to 1,300 fps & wont cycle the slide,sellier & bellot
and wolf load their ammo to around 1,670 fps.The ammo loaded for the PPs41
is the HOT ammo you dont want to shoot.I know of a company that case
hardens their firing pins and roller cams...
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?
Todd T: Been wanting a cz-52 for awhile, finally traded to get one. Perfect
condition which is hard to find, the flaws people talk about I would not
really consider flaws as much as certain parts(rollers, deroosterer mechanism,
firing pin) get worn after 1000's of rounds fired, and dry firing. Dry
firing anything but a striker pistol is harmful regardless. That being said
hardened rollers and harrington firing pins are a great aftermarket
addition and maybe a 9mm barrel with an extractor mod. Great vid!
Jerry Eberhardt: I will never sell mine, shoot the right ammo out of it and you will have no
redthegreendog114: Got two of them in my collection. Great pistols.
gtwn99: Good video, very informative.
redthegreendog114: A little background on the 7.62x25mm round. It is a copy of the 7.63 Mauser
cartridge used in the broom handle Pistol. Russians did not want to buy the
German made rounds so they made their own copy.
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.
1razerful: How much would one be worth right now in that same condition??
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
TheMakarov9: @alan brown. Yep, I agree, the slip on sleeve around the grip does make the
grip texture better
Thunkful2: I am wondering which pistol that shoots the 7.62 x 25 is the strongest,
best able to handle the hottest load. I am thinking that this pistol would
be useful if a burglar wearing a 3A vest invaded the home.
BennyTheJett1: All Concern: Do not dry fire this weapon, as the original firing pin metal
is a bit brittle, unless you change to an all steel firing pin. All in all
is a power house pistol. Great and informative video
TheMakarov9: @redthegreendog114 You are correct, that's a portion of info that I plan to
cover in a part 2 video, thanks.
Thunkful2: Which is better? This CZ52 or a Tokarev
Christopher Penta: I have one, never had a problem with any trigger slap. Its a fairly crisp
Kelly Meacham: I own one of these hand held anti tank weapons...love it.
Thunkful2: So Alan, there is no pistol that can handle it?
alan brown: cz parts are available at gun parts corporation.Keep shootings has new
factory spec magazines and 85 gr & 100 gr hp ammo...
JapMagnet: Wicked trigger slap on these. Rugged but not a natural pointer. Close your
eyes and aim at a target. Then look and see where it points. It will be
pointing at the ground. You wont' have that problem with a 1911.
Blitzspeer: 2-250 bucks they're not real valuable but are good guns.
JapMagnet: I liked the differnt look of the CZ when I first got it and the durability
as the rails are similar to a German machine gun. Not sure if you can take
the trigger slap out. Not a good pointer for my hand. Maybe better for
others but definitely not mine. I've also heard about the firing pins being
very brittle. Might be better to have one machined out of better metal.
TheMakarov9: @Thunkful2. The grip angle on the CZ 52 is a bit uncomfortable. The grip
angle on the Tokarev is very similar to a 1911 and in my opinion is more
enjoyable to shoot a lot of rounds through. The magazines on the tokarev
drop free and they do not on the CZ. Both are nice quality made guns for
the time, but when I go to the range I find myself taking the tokarev more
Abu Hussein: لترجمة What are the problems Symbol pistol please
alan brown: Its loaded "TOO HOT",& your gun could "BLOW UP".
Pinshe_Loko: The price is going up quick
TheMakarov9: @1razerful. About $350
TheMakarov9: @Thunkful2. You want to shoot the hottest surplus ammo in the CZ and not
the tokarev. The CZ was designed with the roller bearings and thicker steel
in the slide to handle those loads, you won't blow it up
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.
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
Thunkful2: Why "you dont want to shoot"???
metalhead2508: I bought one for $200. Original parkerized finish with tan holster.
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