WW2 Russian PPSh-41 Parts Kits just in!
The condition of these kits ranges from good to very good, with the receivers retaining most of their original finish, as does the lower. Unlike other kits on the market, these PPSH-41's offer a complete original stock and have only 3 de-mill cuts. These kits were kept in Soviet storage for decades and will have a layer of cosmoline on them. Each kit comes with a 35rd magazine. Dates on the receivers range from 1943-1945.
About the Russian PPSh-41
The history of the Soviet PPSh-41, affectionately known as the "Papasha," dates back to its debut in 1941. This legendary submachine gun gained widespread recognition for its outstanding performance and compact design. It became a mainstay of Soviet forces during World War II, showcasing its rapid-fire capabilities on numerous battlefields. Beyond its crucial role in the Second World War, the PPSh-41 remained relevant in subsequent conflicts, making appearances in the Vietnam War and other significant engagements around the world. Even after its official service period, the PPSH-41 found its way into the hands of various forces and guerrilla groups, making it an iconic symbol of wartime weaponry.
*The magazine will be riveted for high-capacity ban states. There is no extra fee for this service.
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