PPSH-41 Submachine Gun – The Soviet Union 1941
1 699 kr
Here is a very popular replica riffle of the USSR (Russia) ”pe-pe-sha” (Daddy) from WWII. The PPSh-41 (Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina in Russian) was a submachine gun designed by Georgi Shpagin as a cheap alternative and simplified version of the PPD-40 submachine gun. The PPSh-41 submachine gun was fed by an automatic loader, blowback operated and fired from an open bolt. It was one of the main light arms of the Soviet armed forces during World War II. The total quantity of PPSh-41 submachine guns manufactured during World War II is estimated at more than 6 million. Early guns featured elevation-adjustable rear sights, marked up to 500 meters but the effective firing range where around 125 m and the maximum firing range 250 m. The main cartridge where 7.62 x 25mm Tokarev but there was also some model with 9x19 Parabellum and 7.63x25mm Mauser. The riffle where produced with a drum clipper (71 rounds) but to carrying extra drum clipper where not so easy for the soldiers so they also added a curved magazine (35 rounds) as an option. Many soldiers choose then to carry one drum clipper on the weapon and then some extra curved magazines in the “war bag”. The muzzle velocity was only 488 m/s. China made a copy on license for the PPSH-41 called type 50 who was very common during the Korean War but also a long Viet Cong troops during the Vietnam War. The “service time” for the riffle was 1941 – 1960. This replica riffle has as the original a very nice wooden rifle butt. You could make a mantle movement, dry fire and release the magazine. Don’t hesitate; order today and bee the first along your friends with a “Daddy” in your collection!
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