The object of research is copper and low-alloy bronzes after severe plastic deformation. The purpose of this work was to review scientific research on the use of copper and low-alloy bronzes. As well as the development of the composition and study of the structure and properties of bronze after severe plastic deformation by the method of dynamic channel-angular pressing had been carried out. Literature analysis was carried out. Methods of optical metallography, durometric analysis, transmission electron microscopy and scanning electron microscopy using energy dispersion analysis and analysis based on electron backscattering had been used to study the Cu-0.8 wt.% Hf alloy. Various processings had been carried out by the method of dynamic canal-angular pressing. The state of the bronze before deformation was variouse. We also studied the thermal stability of samples obtained by the method of dynamic channel-angular pressing. It was found that hafnium bronze after pressing has high mechanical characteristics and an ultrafine structure. In this case, the resulting structure is stable at room temperature and upon subsequent annealing up to 400 °C. That allows us to recommend this material as a basis for a wide range of electrical products.