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Who are you talking too and what about, new user?
 

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You have a point here? What is it?
 

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For a while he was called "Erika", apparently he swung both ways in prison.
 
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yes, they experimented with a pistol based on the shortened 7.62 x 39, but that pistol isn't the same as the one you listed.

case head differences and all.
Again when proven to be FOS. Felonious Moronus evades the truth and makes a completely different thread to evade the issue; as usual.

The topic on the original thread was 7.62x25mm which has a case head/rim diameter of .393.
The 7.62x39mm has a case head/rim diameter of .447
The above specs qouted from Lyman 48th Edition Reloading Manual. Photos of relevant pages below.

Again tho, the "expert" on esoteric and cockamamie ammunition & reloading thinks he "won".:nope:

But again he didn't. Just proven, as many times before, to be a childish and crawfishing: L-O-S-E-R...:nyah:
 

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https://www.quarryhs.co.uk/special_purpose_small_arms_ammun.htm

eat shyte, punks.
You're so stupid. This has nothing to do with making 7.62x25 cases out of 7.62x39 cases. In fact it has nothing to do with 7.62x25 cases or 7.62x25 ammunition at all.

It's about creating an intentionally weakened 7.62x39 load, using a projectile similar to the one used in the 7.62x25 cartridge.

From the article:
The SP-2 ammunition, which was the first to be produced in any quantity, has been based on 7.62x39 case, slightly shortened and fitted with round-nose 7.62mm bullet (most probably similar to one used in 7.62x25 TT cartridges).
And that's the only mention of 7.62x25 in the entire article.

To help you understand all those multi-syllable words, listen carefully. It's very similar to what many people have been doing in North America for years, using a .32acp bullet in a .308 case with very-reduced powder charges to get a subsonic load. That does NOT mean you can make 32acp brass from .308 cases.

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Again when proven to be FOS. Felonious Moronus evades the truth and makes a completely different thread to evade the issue; as usual.

The topic on the original thread was 7.62x25mm which has a case head/rim diameter of .393.
The 7.62x39mm has a case head/rim diameter of .447
The above specs qouted from Lyman 48th Edition Reloading Manual. Photos of relevant pages below.

Again tho, the "expert" on esoteric and cockamamie ammunition & reloading thinks he "won".:nope:

But again he didn't. Just proven, as many times before, to be a childish and crawfishing: L-O-S-E-R...:nyah:

well, at least he is very enthusiastic about being wrong.
 
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