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The 7.62x25 Tokarev was developed as the 'Model 1930 7.62mm pistol cartridge' when the Soviet Artillery Committee proposed to standardise Soviet pistol and submachine gun calibres. Prior to 1929, pistols used in Soviet service included Imperial Russian Army contract Mauser C96 pistols, the Nagant M1895 revolver and a variety of captured German and Turkish pistols. The 7.62x25 Tokarev round was similar in size to the 7.63x25 Mauser round, but it was more powerful to reflect the improved metallurgy available for pistol manufacture. The round was used in the Tokarev TT-33 pistol, but also in the Czech vz52 service pistol (1952-1982), Chinese TT-33, Soviet PPD-40, PHSh-41, PPS-43 submachine guns, PP-19 Bizon submachine gun, East German WG66 and the Czech Sa24 and Sz26 submachine guns. These rounds are manufactured from fired Warsaw pact era steel cases with a copper jacketed round nose tip. Price is for one round only. Rounds cannot be sent through air mail or Royal Mail and can only be sent through courier.
The size of the round compared to a coin.
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