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I've fondled one in PA 2 years ago, nice weight.

Russian version.
 

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Assault is a behavior; Not a weapon.
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Cheaply made crap !! But in a good way. The fit and finish leaves a bit to be desired. But they've been around almost as long as the 1911. And that's 99 years.

The triggers aren't the best, but they are manageable.

If I'm not mistaking, Bruce over at Hunters Essentials has one with a 1000 round spam pack of ammo for around $380-400.00.

Oh, and, I'm a real big fan of that 7.62X28 (or whatever the designation is) ammo.
 

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Cheaply made crap !! But in a good way. The fit and finish leaves a bit to be desired. But they've been around almost as long as the 1911. And that's 99 years.

The triggers aren't the best, but they are manageable.

If I'm not mistaking, Bruce over at Hunters Essentials has one with a 1000 round spam pack of ammo for around $380-400.00.

Oh, and, I'm a real big fan of that 7.62X28 (or whatever the designation is) ammo.

Wow now thats a deal

Where is hunters?
 

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Assault is a behavior; Not a weapon.
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900 Willis Ave,
Albertson, NY (North of Mineola, South of Roslyn).
1.516.741.5243

The entrance to the store is on the side.
Call before you go by.

Bruce is good people.
 

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Sharp Shooter!
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7.62x25 ive got a CZ-52...pretty badass little round
 

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The round is a power house.

I held one recently, a Friend purchased one.
I can't remember what country his was made in.
But the trigger problem was from a bad implementation of the safety that had to be added by the importer to make it USA legal. He made his right.
After that , nothing to complain about for a combat pistol, fine trigger.

T33's from different countries of mfg, look slightly different.
The one my friend had, the serrations on the slabs of the slide at the rear, most mimicked a govt 1911, others don't.
And he mentioned it was the country of origin to buy.... but old age, I can't remember which country it was.
They looked much nicer in person than in the photo's I've seen online. not very photogenic I guess.

In shotgun news you can find the ammo for 7-10cent a round, but seems all corrosive primed surplus. break out the soap and water.
 
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