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Eric & Ray - Moss (or did he mean Ma's) Pawn & Gun - with a 25.04 Min video on .30 Caliber....and here I was hoping they would do at the very least, a 30 minute video - I mean come on, have some respect for the 30's!
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I think .30 ammo pistol can take 7.62mm pistol round. i have fired .30 pistol loaded with 7.62mm round and it goes perfect.
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kanglasa wrote:I think .30 ammo pistol can take 7.62mm pistol round. i have fired .30 pistol loaded with 7.62mm round and it goes perfect.IMG-20161104-WA0002.jpg
That is not a safe way to look at it. There are a few .30 calibre pistol rounds.
There are many pistol cartridges in this caliber, but most common are:
7.62×25mm Tokarev, also known as 7.62 mm TT, used in the Tokarev pistol, and many of the WWII Soviet submachine guns.
7.63×25mm Mauser, which was the basis for, and has nearly identical dimensions to the Tokarev, but has different loading specifications.
7.65×25mm Borchardt, from which both the Mauser and Parabellum cartridges were developed.
7.65×17mm Browning, also known as the .32 ACP.
It will be dangerous to try to fire a cartridge in a pistol that is not chambered for it. It is a recipe for disaster.
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