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PPSh41 (1941) . 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, . 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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