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Deactivated Bulgarian PPSh-41 sub-machine gun 1951 dated, with sliding cocking handle
Deactivated Bulgarian PPSh-41 sub-machine gun 1951 dated, with sliding cocking handle Deactivated Bulgarian PPSh-41 sub-machine gun 1951 dated, with sliding cocking handle Deactivated Bulgarian PPSh-41 sub-machine gun 1951 dated, with sliding cocking handle Deactivated Bulgarian PPSh-41 sub-machine gun 1951 dated, with sliding cocking handle
 

Deactivated Bulgarian PPSh-41 sub-machine gun 1951 dated, with sliding cocking handle


This is the Shpagin Machine Pistol, or PPSh-41, dated 1951, marked with '01 in a circle for Bulgaria on the breech. With matching serial numbers to breech, bolt and buttstock, this smg has a sliding cocking handle that can be locked back with fixed trigger. The PPSh-41 was one of the most mass produced submachine guns of WW2, and was also very  popular with German forces, who used captured weapons. After WW2 it continued to be manufactured under licence by various countries, amongst them communist Bulgaria. This example is identical to the wartime Russian weapon and has excellent blacking and very good woodwork with only minor marks, though is missing the small trapdoor in the butt for the cleaning kit. Designed to chamber the 7.62 x 25mm round which were loaded into the 71-round magazine, and a stick mag was also available. This particular magazine has no internals, though is removeable, and the action can be 'broken' and hinged down, so a certain amount of stripping can still be done. Comes with leather sling as shown. Deactivated in the UK with certificate of deactivation.

Our Price: £575.00

All deactivated weapons sold by Jaybe Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold a London or Birmingham proof mark and certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly and is legal within the U.K.



Our Price: £575.00

 

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