Deactivated WWII Russian PPSH43

Deactivated WWII Russian PPSH43

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This is a 1943 dated Russian PPSH41 machine gun. The makers mark is that of the Dzerzhinsky Tractor Factory, Stalingrad and is one of the less common maker marks. The PPSH is of the most iconic machine guns of world war two, instantly recognizable with its drum magazine and short chunky appearance. During WWII, if captured by German forces, the PPSH41 was often used as a preferred weapon of choice. Simple and clever design meant it could be manufactured quickly and in large numbers, plus it worked in all environments and needed little maintenance. Comes fitted with a sling and 72 round drum magazine. 

Deactivated to current specifications with moving slide / cocking lever and removable magazine.

This item is available for purchase and is currently at the proof house being certificated.

To order Call 01547 529093 or 05603 416575 or email sales@deactivated-guns.co.uk.


Product Code: 43PK5

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