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Yesterday we took a look at the vz.52/57 rifle in 7.62x39mm, and today I have one of its 7.62x45mm predecessors out at the range. Not so much to do some shooting, as it turns out, but to fix malfunctions and wait for hangfires and duds…
However, we did have enough success to put some 7.62x45mm into ballistics gel and see what it does.
If you want a nice small resource on the 52 and 52/57, check out Donald Woolley’s book:
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