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Army surplus Army surplus - English only Arms Submachine-guns Soviet State Arsenal in Tula CZ Skorpion VZ 61 7,65 x 17mm (.32 ACP) | ČZ Heavy Machine-Gun ZB53 or VZ 37 7,92 x 57 mm Mauser

Soviet State Arsenal in Tula PPSh 41 7,62x25mm Soviet

The PPSch-41 was designed as a cheap and simple but effective war-time weapon. It featured simple blowback operated action, fired from open bolt. The striker was permanently fixed in the bolt face. PPSch-41 was a select-fire firearm, with fire selector switch located inside the trigger guard, ahead of trigger.
The PPSch-41 (Pistolet Pulemjot Schpagina model of 1941 = Shpagin submachine gun) was one of major infantry weapons of the Soviet troops during the World war 2. Total number of PPSch's manufactured during WW2 estimates to more than five millions. The gun became one of the symbols of the Great Patriotic War. Retired from Soviet Army service soon after the WW2, the PPSH was widely exported to some pro-Soviet countries around the world, including Vietnam and many African countries.
The main advantage of the PPSch-41 was bigger effective range (when compared to both Allies and Axis submachine guns of that era). It also was accurate enough and reliable.
Accessories: one drum magazines 71 rds., cleaning tool, oiler, magazine web pouch, sling
Price: Dealer

  • Magazine 71-shot detachable drum
  • Length overall 840 mm (33 in)
  • Weight empty 3,65 kg( 8.75 lb)
  • Barrel length 268 mm (10.5 in)

Cena: 128 EUR/pc

 

Soviet State Arsenal in Tula PPSh 41 7,62x25mm Soviet

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