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hello and welcome peeps of america. Just 2 let u no the russians were not the only ones who had PPSh41s, because the germans stole the PPSH41s to use in the S.S. and Wehrmacht. Read description for full info! Thanks,
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the PPSh1941, the to sub machine gun with round drum, the round drum had 71 bullets exactly.
Facts I found all over the internet:
Both Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS soldiers were keen to get any they could find and press them into service as their personal weapons. Numerous photos demonstrate the widespread use of PPSh41 in German use where it was given the official designation 7.62mm MP7 717(r). Late in the war some were converted to the German 9x19mm Parabellum ammunition and featured modified magazine housing for MP40 box magazine.



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 I made it 
  October 18, 2010
THIS JUST IN..... Brickarms has developed a PPSH-41 and its 10 times better than mine! Buy them when you can!
 I made it 
  September 24, 2010
Quoting Cody Diek So what the "nazis" rechambered the PPSH-41 to 9X19 parrelbellum other wise I don't see how they would get ammunition for it. By the way I have also held a real Kar 98K pretty sweet gun!
They would pick up ammo off the dead Russian soldiers.(If they get Lucky, they'll actually kill one!)
 I like it 
  August 29, 2010
So what the "nazis" rechambered the PPSH-41 to 9X19 parrelbellum other wise I don't see how they would get ammunition for it. By the way I have also held a real Kar 98K pretty sweet gun!
 I made it 
  February 28, 2010
Quoting Majestic Agent Wow. Somebody's havin brag time! Sheesh... Anyways cool gun
I have no idea of what you just said
 I made it 
  October 21, 2009
Quoting Scottland the Sniper No true. The Russians created the P-Psh 41. Well now how much would you buy my P-Psh for?
OK OK, I just found that out this weekend at the Rockford Illinois wwii re enactment, and still ALOT!! And no need for ignorence!
 I made it 
  October 2, 2009
Quoting mcwendys cardenal hey is that ppsh just a replica or is it a real one that belongs to a relative? or did you just find it on the internet
I got the pic of the internet! BUT.....I saw a real one at a re-enactment on September 26 in Rockford Illinois! I also held a real MG42, Browning M1919A3 30 cal.,& Kar98K! Yes They are real!
  September 30, 2009
hey is that ppsh just a replica or is it a real one that belongs to a relative? or did you just find it on the internet
 I made it 
  September 27, 2009
Quoting Shane ? its very good but thats my design just go to my WWII weapons and you will see
What are you talking about? I never stole any ones ideas, my sister accedently hit me in the head with a tennis racket and right when I blacked put I thought of this model! Any ways it does not matter, brickarms is working on a PPSh-1941 now.
 I like it 
  September 26, 2009
its very good but thats my design just go to my WWII weapons and you will see
 I made it 
  August 10, 2009
Quoting Dougey Fresh its good but your history is wrong just a little bit germany didn't help them design the ppsh-41. Germany almost never worked with Russia except in Poland. Also they were only allies for a short time and that was because hitler wanted poland but was afraid of russia attacking him that early on. So he gave them part of poland so stalin wouldn't attack germany other then that they just plain hated each other. Your right though germany did like the ppsh because they had unrealiable sub machine guns.
you are right about the first sentence but germany had the tools, russia had the details and the germans got greedy! and you could have said you liked it!
 I made it 
  August 10, 2009
Quoting Master of the Templar Quoting Kriss Olympis This is good. I believe what you are refering to is that the Germans and Russians where Allies at the start of the war but the Germans turned on the Russians. It is a Russian designed weapon but, like those Commies we all no and love often do, they produced an indestructible and unjammable weapon. This fact was well like by the Germans who had alot of equipment bog and break down in the snow and mud of the Eastern Front, so captured weapons where not only used but officialy put into service by the Wermchat. Its Called the wermacht, not wermchat...lol But the PPSh is kool, i hav an airsoft gun as one.
ya i am trying to get a ppsh airsoft gun off www.wwiiguns.com
 I like it 
  August 9, 2009
Quoting Kriss Olympis This is good. I believe what you are refering to is that the Germans and Russians where Allies at the start of the war but the Germans turned on the Russians. It is a Russian designed weapon but, like those Commies we all no and love often do, they produced an indestructible and unjammable weapon. This fact was well like by the Germans who had alot of equipment bog and break down in the snow and mud of the Eastern Front, so captured weapons where not only used but officialy put into service by the Wermchat. Its Called the wermacht, not wermchat...lol But the PPSh is kool, i hav an airsoft gun as one.
  August 6, 2009
its good but your history is wrong just a little bit germany didn't help them design the ppsh-41. Germany almost never worked with Russia except in Poland. Also they were only allies for a short time and that was because hitler wanted poland but was afraid of russia attacking him that early on. So he gave them part of poland so stalin wouldn't attack germany other then that they just plain hated each other. Your right though germany did like the ppsh because they had unrealiable sub machine guns.
 I made it 
  July 28, 2009
Quoting Kriss Olympis This is good. I believe what you are refering to is that the Germans and Russians where Allies at the start of the war but the Germans turned on the Russians. It is a Russian designed weapon but, like those Commies we all no and love often do, they produced an indestructible and unjammable weapon. This fact was well like by the Germans who had alot of equipment bog and break down in the snow and mud of the Eastern Front, so captured weapons where not only used but officialy put into service by the Wermchat.
exactly!
 I like it 
  July 27, 2009
This is good. I believe what you are refering to is that the Germans and Russians where Allies at the start of the war but the Germans turned on the Russians. It is a Russian designed weapon but, like those Commies we all no and love often do, they produced an indestructible and unjammable weapon. This fact was well like by the Germans who had alot of equipment bog and break down in the snow and mud of the Eastern Front, so captured weapons where not only used but officialy put into service by the Wermchat.
 I made it 
  July 26, 2009
Quoting Leather Neck I like the design of this but your facts are a little wrong. The Germans didnt help make the PPSH and they didnt use it in the war. Even if the Germans did help make the PPSH Russia would never give any to Germany, especially after the Russians were betrayed by them.
yes they did, they were partners before the war but the germans broke up with them because they did not want to share the land with them. (if they were still team mates)
 I like it 
  July 25, 2009
I like the design of this but your facts are a little wrong. The Germans didnt help make the PPSH and they didnt use it in the war. Even if the Germans did help make the PPSH Russia would never give any to Germany, especially after the Russians were betrayed by them.
 
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