This case is very similar, except for the difference in length, to the .30 Mauser. Due to higher operating pressures, if the .30 Mauser cases are fired with hotter 7.62x25 loads in the CZ-52, it will tear the neck off some cases. 30 Mauser O.A.L. is .980" to .985" while 7.62x25 O.A.L. is .958" to .962". We recommend using bullets of .308" diameter in our brass.
* Starline Brass does not sell any loaded ammunition. What you are purchasing are brass cases only and will need to be loaded into ammunition in order to be fired from a firearm.
I bought 500 7.62X25mm about 5years ago from Starline. I'm still using them. They're extremely strong and hold up incredibly well !!! I'm using them in Tokarevs, CZ52's and a PPH43... No problems in any of them.
bill rowan woodsboro, Maryland
June 30, 2018
I would like to thank Starline for their dedication and years of service.I have been shooting starline brass for 30 plus years now, in one form or another. I have never been disappointed as they have always spent countless hours in R&D to assure we get the flawless product. I purchased 1k of 7.62x25 last year, beautiful, consistant, and the finished product functions flawlessly through both of my CZ52's and others. Thank you Starline for your professionalism. God Bless.
George Burtz Newnan, Georgia
November 24, 2017
The 7.62 x25 Tokarev has become my
favorite cartridge to shoot as well as to
reload. I shoot surplus Romanian, Serbian
and Czech TT33 type pistols. Once I found
out that I needed to add a 9mm sizing
after the 7.62 x 25 sizing die, all
problems were resolved, and the
rounds go into battery perfectly. The
problem was in my Tok die not being
quite right at the neck shoulder. I love it.
I use Starline for 32 auto. Tokarev,
9mm , and Makarov.
Christopher Riker Avon Park, Florida
January 18, 2016
I ordered 500 of these 7.62X25 brass for my CZ 52's and my PPH 43. I have been using Berry's 110 grain lead, copper plated bullets and a variety of others. The Berry's work the best for me. I have brass past 16 loads and still going strong. I don't load heavy as there is no need to. I picked up a gadget to drill them out to hollow points for hunting and it's a great varmint round. Anyway the brass is well made, thick enough, holds up very well and I can find no reason anyone wouldn't be happy with them.
Bill Robie King George, Virginia
September 20, 2012
I ordered a thousand of these cases earlier this year and have had nothing but outstanding success with them. Some are on their third loading now, and still perform like new. I've loaded these with both cast lead ww boolits (Lee mould) and with Sierra factory rounds. Nothing but the best results with both approaches.