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LegoŽ PPSh-41 Tribute (W-2) Premium Edition!
The second addition to my Tribute series. A PPSh-41! The first large scale one on MOCpages!
About this creation
Specifications and details:

1. Comfortable stock with nice curves.
2. Accurate trigger guard and false safety.
3. A pin safety included here too!
4. Nice, simple sights similar to the real ones!
5. Great mechanism and accuracy!
6. This is officially my biggest gun yet!

A rubber band on.

A whole shot of the gun.

Comparison picture with my Thompson.

Safety on.

Safety off.

The mechanism, I had to take the Light gray bar from my Thompson.

The muzzle is open, just like a real one!

The fake ejection port.

The fake charging handle.

The clip out.

An FPS picture of the sights.

The barrel. I like the gray inlays I put on it.

The trigger area.

The trigger depressed.

The 35 round box clip in.

The nice stock.

Holding it with my hand.

Well, I have been working on this for a long time. I wanted to have another gun to add to my new "Tribute" series. Since I started out with my Thompson Sub-machine gun, I thought another Sub-machine gun would be great. So which one? Well the idea of a PPSh-41 sounded nice. No one has ever made one so I set out to do it. This gun has all the features of my Thompson. A nice stock and barrel. The same mechanism. Trigger guard and safety. All these will be standard in this series. I am sorry I couldn't make the round drum for this gun. If I did the price would have been over 150$, which I couldn't pay for. So you just gonna have to live with the box clip. I am also sorry that I had to tape the clip. The new bricks just won't stay in the curved shape alone. It can hold about 6 light rubberbands just like the Thompson. The size of this gun is huge! It's almost like carrying a real one! I hope you like this one as much as I do. Both the Thompson and this are going to stay together, so I will be starting a new collection! Thanks for looking and please comment. I need a new idea for my next sub-machine gun for my "Tribute" series. But it has to be a World War 2 one!





Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

  November 30, 2010
Have you ever heard of bricklink?It is alot cheaper than LDD.
  November 20, 2010
the lego PPSH-41 Tribute looks awsome
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  October 10, 2010
that's pretty cool. check out my bull-up rifle.
  October 31, 2009
make a Browning Auto Rifle...BAR
Weston Wedeward
Marco P Replicas
  September 25, 2009
i made myself a buy able HK416 its cost 130 euro's
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  September 25, 2009
Quoting Bohdan Tkachenko Because you know what I was thinking of doing? I was thinking of making a life-size Panzershreck and make it fire bottle rockets (type of firework). But I don't know if I'm willing to buy it... Something like that might cost over $200 and I might as well buy myself another rifle to hunt with that kind of money.
Yeah, long ago I had the idea of making a 20mm motar out of Legos and a pipe. It was going to shoot bottle rockets but I never actually fired it. The thing was way to fragile, and my parents thought it would be bad to post something like that on mocpages.
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  September 24, 2009
Because you know what I was thinking of doing? I was thinking of making a life-size Panzershreck and make it fire bottle rockets (type of firework). But I don't know if I'm willing to buy it... Something like that might cost over $200 and I might as well buy myself another rifle to hunt with that kind of money.
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  September 24, 2009
Quoting Bohdan Tkachenko I'm not understanding one thing. Are you making these on LDD and then buying them? If so on average how much does a gun like your PPSH-41 and your Thompon cost? Because I wanna do something like that I can make a really awesome and detailed gun but believe me when I say I have like 200 black pieces... And most of them are MegaBlocks and MegaBlocks are just Legos dipped in evil...
Yes, I make them on LDD then buy them. My guns each cost about 80-130$ plus shipping. But right now with free shipping over 75$ you get face price. Yes they are expensive, but worth every penny!
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  September 24, 2009
I'm not understanding one thing. Are you making these on LDD and then buying them? If so on average how much does a gun like your PPSH-41 and your Thompon cost? Because I wanna do something like that I can make a really awesome and detailed gun but believe me when I say I have like 200 black pieces... And most of them are MegaBlocks and MegaBlocks are just Legos dipped in evil...
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  September 16, 2009
Quoting Co94 tomb Very nice but the shell ijection port of the PPSH-41 is on top of the gun.
Yea, that was a minor flaw on this gun. We have already changed it, but probably won't post new pics, because of our latest projects.
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  September 14, 2009
Very nice but the shell ijection port of the PPSH-41 is on top of the gun.
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  August 29, 2009
Quoting Chris A. im finished! what should i call my WWII series?
Nice!! The name... uhhhh. I can't come up with anything.
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  August 29, 2009
im finished! what should i call my WWII series?
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  August 27, 2009
slick,
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  August 13, 2009
well since im not going to buy it, ill just use the dark brown bricks. and btw, my stock is pretty much exactly the same as yours. dont worry, full credit will be given =)
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  August 13, 2009
Quoting Chris A. I can't find wooden stock-colored bricks to use in LDD. What did you use?
I used the light tan for the stock. It doesn't look very tan in the pallete thingy, but you should experiment with the colors by selecting them first. Brown doesn't have very many parts so that is why tan works the best.
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  August 12, 2009
I can't find wooden stock-colored bricks to use in LDD. What did you use?
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  July 30, 2009
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  July 29, 2009
Cool! Check out my thompson(s).
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  July 20, 2009
Cool ppsh, Please check out my guns.
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  July 19, 2009
What an amazing gun! it looks like the real one, just with a lighter stock! Cant wait for the next gun
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  July 7, 2009
Nice one Weston, I have never seen anyone make a PPSh-41 before. I love the stock and I think that the trigger area might need to be a little bigger but other then that it is pretty good. -Dylan
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  July 7, 2009
I live near there. I saw it on youtube.
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  July 7, 2009
Quoting Chas Irish Great gun! I like the stock. The way you rounded it was excellent! Sorry I haven't been around much lately. My computer broke down. I have a new one now though! Do you live in Madison, Ohio?
No why? You have seen my location on my tracker plug in?
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  July 7, 2009
Great gun! I like the stock. The way you rounded it was excellent! Sorry I haven't been around much lately. My computer broke down. I have a new one now though! Do you live in Madison, Ohio?
Weston Wedeward
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Marco P Replicas
  July 3, 2009
holy cow that looks good maybe if i get my new order ill make a replica using with using your LDD you will get all the credit:P (replica not RBG so with working mag release cocking handle ect ect.. )
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  June 30, 2009
Quoting Kaospojken *** Great model bu isnt the ejection port ontop of the rifle.
True, I didn't notice that in the pictures when I modeled it. Still looks good right?
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  June 28, 2009
Great model bu isnt the ejection port ontop of the rifle.
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  June 21, 2009
No problem..
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  June 20, 2009
Ok, thanks for the advice on the flip sight. But from the pictures I looked at there was no flip sight, atleast on the version I was modeling. Now as you can see from the pictures I took, the sights are very crude. Probably not very accurate to anything over 100 yards. So it's actually somewhat accurate to what the gun was really like. The front sight is very accurate to the pictures I modeled after. But the rear sight was kinda sketchy in the photos I used. Thanks for the help though.
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  June 20, 2009
Early guns featured elevation-adjustable rear sights, marked up to 500 meters; late production guns had flip-type "L"-shaped rear sights marked for 100 and 200 meters range.
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  June 20, 2009
Sights arent accurate cause there were no good sights on this weapon.It was just to look good and maybe for some aiming help but actually it was meant to be close quarters.I have this thing in my garage so i know pretty much about it
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  June 20, 2009
To answer a few questions/ideas. Chris I like using LDD to make my guns, but it is very difficult to make a gun that is somewhat life size in it. All these guns aren't life size, but darn close to it. And Tom you gave me a few ideas for my next one. I have really thought about an MP41. I like that gun. Also, the sten would be a challange to make. So be on the lookout for my next one!
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  June 20, 2009
A very nice PPSh-41, Weston, I absolutaly like it. I immediately recognize the PPsh-41 shape, and I like the magazine too. But just one question: What about a Stengun? Or an MP41?
Weston Wedeward
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Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  June 19, 2009
awesome i had this on garrysmod it was an awesome gun. i was thinking of making one but you did so well done!
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  June 19, 2009
Do you use LDD? What's your opinion of it?
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  June 19, 2009
sweet. i was thinking of making one of these and yours is nice. great job.
 
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