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Thread: Help with a Ecol Tuna and Ecol Agend

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    Help with a Ecol Tuna and Ecol Agend

    I bought this morning 2 more guns.
    I bought a used Ecol Tuna in cal. 0.8 I have not a single shot of ammo for it and have at the moment no Idea where to get ammo for it. It is not the 7mm 08. Help If you can pls.

    And a used Ecol Agend in 9X18 I believe. No one knows really. So if someone know. I'll think it is a 9X18 or a 9mm short. Who know let me pls know. I thought I go to the gun smith and let them measure it.

    Thank you

    Edit: Those are not guns for firing blanks. They are real guns firing real bullets (tuna 2" barrel, Agend 2 1/2" barrel). The guns are made in Turkey.

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    I thought that Ekol (correct spelling) made only replica and blank-firing weapons.

    No idea what you mean by "cal. 0.8". Is that supposed to be 8mm?

    And the 9mmX18mm round is a Makarov. The only pistols of which I'm aware which use that round are former ComBloc products.

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    I don't know what it really is. I bought it because it is somewhat unique. Never saw something like it. Very small only 3.5" long.
    Tomorrow I go to my gunsmith and figure out what the heck I bought for 45.00 Dollar (for both).

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    No insult intended, my friend, but you need to do some research before you spend any more of your money on firearms. (When in doubt, try Google.)

    http://www.replicaairguns.com/posts/...un-review.html

    http://www.afg-defense.eu/gas-guns/g...cal.9mm-knall/

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    Now I know more about that guns.
    The barrels are custom made and chambered in 7.62mm and 7.65mm. It looks like the barrels are well made but the gunsmith said he would not fire them even if it looks like someone shot with that guns before.
    So that is something for a display box hanging on the wall.
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    If someone "modified" one of those things so that it would (theoretically) fire 7.62x25 Tokarev rounds I would most definitely not try it.
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