View Full Version : Anyone tried this in their cz52?
November 21, 2008, 11:26 AM
Don't think I've heard much about the bulgarian manufacture...but maybe I haven't been listening... :cool:
November 21, 2008, 12:54 PM
I've been using Bulgarian in my CZ-52 for a long while. Overall, preyty good stuff. Very few duds, no 2nd strikes needed, and cheap.
November 21, 2008, 01:16 PM
I ordered 10 of the 16 packs from SOG along with my 52. Hope it gets here today, so I can try it and the 52:D
If I like it, and I suspect I will I'll order a tin or two of the stuff. Overall the reports about this ammo have been good.
I read here and elsewhere that the Chezc (sp) ammo is the best for the 52 at is loaded hotter than the others, and the 52 is a strong design to handle it.
It is corrosive tho, like virtually all the 7.62 X 25 milsurp is. No biggie hot soapy water is the best "solvent" going. Keep the weapon clean and oiled, and no issues.
I'm gonna take the 52 and the 82s out this weekend for some target practice.
A little instant bluing on your 82s chipped paint does wonders for their looks, until such time that I can give them a new coating of some sort.
November 25, 2008, 11:11 PM
I shot up about half of the Bulgie, I'll be getting a can or two. No misfires worked well, seemed accurate. 50s headstamp, gets along great with my 1953 CZ 52
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