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Deactivated Polish PPS-43 sub-machine gun kit 1954 dated
Deactivated Polish PPS-43 sub-machine gun kit 1954 dated Deactivated Polish PPS-43 sub-machine gun kit 1954 dated Deactivated Polish PPS-43 sub-machine gun kit 1954 dated Deactivated Polish PPS-43 sub-machine gun kit 1954 dated
 

Deactivated Polish PPS-43 sub-machine gun kit 1954 dated


This is the Polish built copy of the Soviet Russian PPS-43 used by the Red Army. Initally created to meet a need for a cheap, compact and lightweight weapon that would provide similar accuracy and firepower as the PPSh-41 submachine gun being widely used at the time. Chambering the same 7.62 x 25mm round, it was initialy developed as the PPS-42 and then further refined into the PPS-43 and mass produced in this form. Soviet production ceased in 1946, but derivatives continued to be built until 1968, and it is still in use to this day. This example in the PPS wz. 1943/1952, dated 1954 (though identical to the wartime models) and marked '53' in a circle, for the Zaklady Metalowe Wifama factory in Lodz.
In very good condition with perfect bluing and complete undamaged grips, this smg is a current spec deactivation, with fully moving trigger and functional safety lever, and fully sliding cocking-handle. Featuring a top-folding stock, it can be 'broken' as shown with a detachable magazine. Complete with correct sling, cleaning kit and 3 spare magazines in a pouch as shown, plus an inert round to load into the mag. Deactivated in the UK with Certificate to UK/EU specification.

Our Price: £250.00  

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 in the EU. 


Our Price: £250.00

 

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