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PPSh-41
The PPSh-41 (Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina) was a Soviet submachine gun designed by Georgi Shpagin as an inexpensive, simplified alternative to the PPD-40. Intended for use by minimally-trained conscript soldiers, the PPSh was a magazine-fed selective-fire submachine gun using an open-bolt, blowback action. Made largely of stamped steel, it had either a box or drum magazine, and fired the 7.6225mm pistol round. The PPSh saw extensive combat use during World War II and the Korean War. In the form of the Chinese Type 50, it was still in use in Vietnam with the Viet Cong as late as 1970
About this creation
Field Stripped. The bolt comes out (all though it is not too pretty), the barrel can be replaced as in the PPSh the barrel overheats and will disfigure itself if it is not replaced quick enough, or it is allowed to rest. this picture also shows all of the main parts and features.

If you open the bolt(which should be open already), you are able to see the bullet at the top of the box mag.

The magazine. It is kind of boxy, but that is what it is called, anyway. ;)

After quite a bit of experimentation, I settled with these sights. They were much simpler than alot of the other options I could make, and looked better and more accurate.

The trigger, trigger guard, and safety. The trigger, as always, works, but the safety is just a mock.

One last look. I am pretty pleased with how it turned out. Tell me what you think!


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Comments

  April 5, 2012
good but needs work
Gremlin Archives
Hi-Jak .
  March 18, 2012
ah. kinda like me. I have a box that has a little bit of every color. sad part is:theres only so much of every color. like I have more light grey than black and more black then brown for me to make an even color gun.
Gremlin Archives
Hi-Jak .
  March 18, 2012
AH!....so that idea COULD HAVE worked on mine.....ah well I'm too busy admiring my B.A.R.... btw,may I suggest you build an MG-42 as an upcomming moc? not that you have to do it but after seeing all the good guns you make,I'd like to see one by you. ONLY because i've yet to see one that'll blow me away...
 I made it 
  March 18, 2012
Quoting Hi-Jak . AH!....so that idea COULD HAVE worked on mine.....ah well I'm too busy admiring my B.A.R.... btw,may I suggest you build an MG-42 as an upcomming moc? not that you have to do it but after seeing all the good guns you make,I'd like to see one by you. ONLY because i've yet to see one that'll blow me away...
Well, I'd love to, but the thing is, I'm running on a "Lego budget". I'm not one of those builders that buys Lego's for whatever they build, I only use what I have, which isn't much. I only have about a 6-gallon bin of Lego's, most of them virtually unusable,and a smaller 1-gallon bin full of my most used pieces. I'll try, but it might not get posted. I'll at least tell you how it went. Good building!
Gremlin Archives
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Hi-Jak .
  March 17, 2012
May I ask:How were you able to break the barrle to preform a field strip without the barrle rubbing against the hinge?
 I made it 
  March 17, 2012
Quoting Hi-Jak . May I ask:How were you able to break the barrle to preform a field strip without the barrle rubbing against the hinge?
There is just a little removable piece. Originally, it was going to be left open, but I didn't like the way it looked.
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  February 3, 2012
coool! (first comment!)
 
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