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Russian PPSH-41 Non-Firing WWII Replica

#720034
Manufacturer part number: 22-1301
$229.95

This is WWII Russian gun replica is made from a metal alloy and real wood which matches the weight and feel of the original. Includes removable drum magazine, slide & trigger works and barrel pivots open like the original.

OVERVIEW

The PPSh-41 was designed by Georgi Shpagin as a simple, cheap alternative to the PPD-40. A common nickname was “papasha” meaning “daddy” and you didn’t want to be around when it started “yelling” at you. It saw extensive combat use during World War II as it was one of the major infantry weapons of the Soviet Armed Forces during World War II and was still being used by the Viet Cong as late as 1970. Originals are very rare. 

This is a fine reproduction from an original made from metal alloy and real wood which matches the weight and feel. Includes removable drum magazine, slide & trigger works and barrel pivots open like the original, but this is non-firing and cannot be made to fire.

Key Measurements:

  • Overall: 33-1/2" long
  • Wt: 7-1/2 lbs

Cannot be shipped to CA, CT, KS, MA, MD, MN, NY, PA, RI, WI, Puerto Rico or Canada.

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Sustain:
This is a very nice, accurate replica. The weight is about the same as a real gun minus the ammunition. The bolt locks to the rear as it should and releases when he trigger is depressed. The gun disassembles near identicle to an original. The selector and safety do not function but that is irrelevant anyway.

Improve:
The factory finishing/sanding of the stock left some butt plate overhang. There is no front sling swivel. The magazine tolerance is loose causing some extra wiggle but still locks securely in the magazine well.

Overall this is a very nice, economical alternative to a original parts deactivated dummy or an airsoft gun.

My plans with this replica is to find an older, heavy steel wire with patina and fashion a "field expedient" front sling swivel. Replace the issued stock with original Russian wood then hand stamp all the appropriate metal parts to match the stock serial number and add a date.  Then rub the high points to age and match the used finish of the Russian wood.
- Matthew, June 02, 2016 | Verified Purchase
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