Deactivated WWII Russian PPSH41. Deactivated with all moving parts it can be cocked, field stripped and dry fired.
Designed by George Shpagin to meet a desperate need, following the USSR's bitter war with Finland and the invasion by Germany, the PPSh submachine gun utilised the simple blowback action, and fires from the open bolt position. The semi or full auto selector is located within the trigger guard allowing easy access. Late models were capable of only automatic fire. This weapon was a firm favourite with German SS troops because of its large capacity drum magazine and its reliability.
An excellent 1943 made example with its drum magazine.