Identifying 762×25 Tok Ammo

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Tokarev. Borchardt, 6.5", 1300 ft/sec, 80 ft/sec, 6 , x, x, x. Mauser, 5.5", 1380 ft/sec, 80 ft/sec, 6 , 9 , x, x. Soviet Tokarev, 4.6", 1350 ft/sec, 35 ft/sec, 3 , 9 , 0 a The Small Arms Identification and Operation Guide discusses Mannlicher, Borchardt, Mauser, and Tokarev cartridges as if they 're identical except for minor .Another mutual friend wanted to dump some 7.62x25 Tokarev ammo he had. He had repacked it all in plastic 50 round bo., save one original packet which I took. I took a few loose rounds too so I didn 't have to open the packet. So I want to identify the ammo, and couldn 't find the headstamp in my couple . - The 7.62x25mm Tokarev cartridge is a bottle-necked pistol cartridge designed in the Soviet Union. 7.62x25mm Tokarev cartridge, with a brcase and FMJ bullet. However, the significantly higher power of the 7.62x25mm Tokarev will likely lead to weapon damage and user injury..

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