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Thread: PX-3 (7.62x25)- Finally Reviewed With Range Report

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    Once again very nice review lala. Seems good enough. I cldnt quiet get what u meant abt the decocker?? Now i shd wait for its price to come into my range. Oonce again good to see PG Pekhawar in action.
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    Btw bro. U dun need a PB thing as u can fire fast enough with a semi auto
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    Quote Originally Posted by asif mughal View Post
    nice nice nice review ; congratulation to all you guys i mean Jibz bro, Aquarius Bro and Colt 1911, PG Peshawar did that atlast , i appreciate your sir, 180 round with no malfunctions is outstanding, i forget to breath after picking up this thread.....
    I thought we'll fire some 300 rounds on our first session, but this session was decided suddenly and since it was 14th August (Holiday) so maximum shops were closed, therefore all we had were 180 rounds.

    And one more thing worth mentioning is that the factory magazine springs worked very well.. no need to change them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HussnainAyub View Post
    nice review....and terrific rapid fire jibz bro....
    sir what about it's accuracy and barrel life? barell chromed or not? also mention the price
    Thanks sir. I guess some of your questions have already been answered by Aquarius sir, as far as the price goes it is ranging between 48K-53K here in Peshawar.

    Quote Originally Posted by shahroze View Post
    Nice review janab, is that DSA range? and are those Peltor H10A muffs?
    the accuracy in Aquarius first test fire video is not up to the mark of TT, May be its a new gun and you need to get used to it but i am sure you can perform better with the TT
    Many thanks shahroze, Yes it is the DSA range; Noor-Ud-Din sb was more than gracious to allow us to use his range. There were several different types of muffs (courtesy of DSA), and 3M Peltor was one of them. I don't exactly remember the model.

    Quote Originally Posted by makarov9x18 View Post
    Nice review keep up the good work
    Quote Originally Posted by Asd1976 View Post
    Great effort guyz... really commendable especially Jibz bro who did extra effort of sharing it with us
    like the detail and brevity of the contents
    Quote Originally Posted by raff View Post
    Great detailed review... Good effort
    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    good review guys thanks for sharing the experience.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgepacker View Post
    Thanks for a very thorough, well written, and objective review. I really enjoyed reading it!
    My profound thanks to you gentlemen for your kind words.

    Quote Originally Posted by Denovo87 View Post
    A new gun reviewed after quite a long & in such an objective way, thanks Jibs bro (and Aquarius, Colt1911 bratheran) for introducing another high cap pistol option that too in a medium rifle caliber.
    Glad to see Aquarius bro shooting; his grip, stance, reaction to recoil, eye blink with trigger pull etc are just what I shoot like.
    OK let me figure what to replace with this new exotic gun 
    P.S. Jibs bro, is it possible to post photos of px-3 disassembled ? Showing internal finish & mechanism ?
    Thanks Denovo87 Bhai. Sure those pics can be posted and will do so shortly, InshAllah.

    Quote Originally Posted by asif mughal View Post
    nice nice nice review ; congratulation to all you guys i mean Jibz bro, Aquarius Bro and Colt 1911, PG Peshawar did that atlast , i appreciate your sir, 180 round with no malfunctions is outstanding, i forget to breath after picking up this thread.....
    @ Mian Jee : sir small to medium hands size can handle well the grips , have seen my friend with me at range.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nazim Sahib View Post
    Great review!
    Finally the 7.62*25 enthusiasts now have a new platform!
    Very grateful for your compliments. Keep them coming. ..

    Quote Originally Posted by mohsin.mashhadi View Post
    Once again very nice review lala. Seems good enough. I cldnt quiet get what u meant abt the decocker?? Now i shd wait for its price to come into my range. Oonce again good to see PG Pekhawar in action.
    Thanks buddy. OK, so thing is that if one has to decock it, obviously the handler will have to do it with the thumb and for that a complete backward twist of the thumb is required; you ask why, that's because the decocking lever is located right behind the shooters thumb joint. I hope I am able to clearly portray the decocking scenario.

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    Jibs , Aquarius, Colt 1911 thanks for such a great review.

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    thanks alot everyone for liking the review. in those 180 rounds which we fired, the handgun performed flawlessly. the trigger was very crisp which i wasnt expecting from px3 before i fired it.
    For all those who were worried about the mag spring and were having sleepless nights, sleep tight because there is nothing wrong with the spring. there were no feeding problems
    The grip is a bit beefy but manageable.
    The groups were not tight because we started shooting from 25 metres from the beginning without any practice with the handgun . i am sure we would have been able to get really nice groups, had we practiced with the pistol at 10 or 15 meters first.

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    Jibz brother really a nice review with all details and I don't think that after your review and seeing yours aquarius sir and colt1911 brother practical shootings now I will stop myself for this pistol really appreciate all of you on doing this great work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s.jawad View Post
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    Jibz brother really a nice review with all details and I don't think that after your review and seeing yours aquarius sir and colt1911 brother practical shootings now I will stop myself for this pistol really appreciate all of you on doing this great work.
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    why .30 bore on the gun, why not 7.62x25! do they have Pathan in China?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apalo View Post
    why .30 bore on the gun, why not 7.62x25! do they have Pathan in China?
    i did,t get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apalo View Post
    why .30 bore on the gun, why not 7.62x25! do they have Pathan in China?
    No we have Sikhs in Customs!

    (Very Sorry for the Rant but it is just a joke.)

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    great job done brothers.excellent review and good shooting
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    Nice write up Jibz and excellent review guys. It went flawless all the way, its good to see. Are u all satisfied with its accuracy, as somehow i consider TT a v accurate gun (i am only comparing accuracy). Last but not the least, Jibz wrora your photography always good to watch. Excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apalo View Post
    why .30 bore on the gun, why not 7.62x25! do they have Pathan in China?
    what do you want to say bro? can you be a bit more specific?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denovo87 View Post
    P.S. Jibs bro, is it possible to post photos of px-3 disassembled ? Showing internal finish & mechanism ?
    At special request of dear Denovo87, here are the pics of the internals.
    PS: All photographs are courtesy of a dear friend. Many thanks to my unnamed brother.



























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    Quote Originally Posted by Apalo View Post
    why .30 bore on the gun, why not 7.62x25! do they have Pathan in China?
    Yes please do elaborate what you mean by this statement???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Yes please do elaborate what you mean by this statement???
    I am sure Apalo bro is bit confused over the way caliber is written as word ".30 Bore" is not a term used internationally for 7.62x25 Tokarov, it mostly is written on TT's made in Pakistan (KPK).

    Thanks for uploading internals, so you taught photography tricks to all your friends photos are excellent and showing details lot more than a naked eye could see, thanks again. Seriously trying to find something from my collection to replace with PX-3 and thanks once more for transmitting another itch
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    good pictures Jibz bro,it looks sturdy.

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    Very nice photography by your friend @Jibz.. internals look similar like NP22/Sig P226, so are the mechanism. I guess this pistol is supplied with extra slide stop/release & trigger bar springs.

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    Strange................People even try to become Philosopher on Copied weapons......Hello forum..though i'm not arms specialist but dont you think Sig P226 looks like a copy of PX-3....???

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