I'd be particularly interested in how the Tok performs with heavier bullets like the 100gr in comparison to the 327 (kinda hard to do apples-apples when .30 cal pistol bullets aren't common in other chamberings ).
I don't see why could couldn't run a .312" bullet (a more common size) through a .309 sizing die to make them usable in a 7.62x25 load. In .312 diameter, JHP bullets up to and including 115gr are available.
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