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huey, duey 'n' luey....
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 8:59 am    Post subject: huey, duey 'n' luey.... Reply with quote

Mornin' HN, like to introduce you to Huey, Duey, and Luey. This is a trio of the CZ52's which are currnently available from many mil-surp suppliers... cheeeeep! They are C&R eligible and if you have a C&R license, can be delivered to your door for as little as $116.00 each from one of the many distributors stocking them (In the U.S. where legal and allowed).

These are mine, all three feed and function flawlessly. Thought some of you might be interested in researching these a little. There are lots of good articles discussing the pros and cons if you decide you'd like to buy one of you own. Mine (pictured below) are not for sale.

There is good non-corrosive ammo available, Lee dies for $18.00 a set, Starline brass, and many, many quality bullets available for loading. If you want for cheap, corrosive, berdan primed, mil-surp ammo is available. Grab a bottle of windex and have at it.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 4:00 pm    Post subject: Re: huey, duey 'n' luey.... Reply with quote

4rum,

What has been your experience with regard to accuracy?
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 5:32 pm    Post subject: Re: huey, duey 'n' luey.... Reply with quote

From a bench, at 25 yards, with my loads of 85 grain Sierra soft points, the one on the far right groups under 2". I have installed the Harrington firing pin kit and hardened rollers, I have not shot fromt the bench since. The firing pin kit lessons the weight of pull on the trigger a bunch.

The other two are 'unissued', I did make my own copy of the Harrington kit and put it in one. It works fine and just as well as the Harrington kit.

I have not fired the two on the left from a bench. Before familiarization, almost everyone shoots low left with these pistols. There is a great following for these handguns, check out some of the message boards. But I'm extremely satisfied with the three I've purchased. For the money, they are hard to beat.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 10:01 pm    Post subject: Re: huey, duey 'n' luey.... Reply with quote

I've owned one of these 7.62X25 Tok's for about 12 years now. Although I never shot paper with it to test true accuracy ability, I can usually hit what ever the target may be at the time. Still going strong with upwards of 10,000 rounds and it feeds and goes boom after every squeeze otf the trigger. I paid $80 at the local gun show for mine.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 27, 2007 7:18 pm    Post subject: Re: huey, duey 'n' luey.... Reply with quote

Having owned four of these (still have the three pictured), I feel that they are a true bargain. I'm very happy with mine. By the way, the fourth was a little rougher (and a little cheaper) I had the opportunity to 'swap up' at the local gun shop, so I did. Nothing wrong with the one I let go, just got a nicer one at a good deal.
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