WTS: PPsh 41 Russian C&R on a form 3 with vet family letter $SPF

Location: Cave Creek, Az

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For sale: Russian PPsh 41 C&R  fully functional and transferable. Can transfer out on a form 3. Super nice PPsh41 that runs great with its 71 round drum or Stick magazine. From my personal collection, its a tough one to let go. The original finish rates above 90% with some browning showing through the blue in a few areas. The gun is dated 1944. Matching with the exception of the bolt and an original near new condition WWII Russian Barrel. This firearm has lots of documentation that will come with it, including paperwork showing registration during the 1968 amnesty.  The smg will also come with a letter from the son of the WWII USGI First Sargent that brought this PPsh41 home. The letter is detailed and describes how this firearm and an MP44 were acquired during combat operations. The letter describes how his Father told him that the PPsh was surrendered to him by a German soldier on the Zigfried line. Letter also states that In 1954 the barrel was welded. This was with a small tack on the underside of the barrel near the magazine housing, internal.  but this was minor. Pics supplied will come with the smg to the buyer. Firearm is fully functional and no longer deactivated. Registered live. The matching Stock is VG with some dings from use but never sanded or messed with. There is a thin 1 inch crack that is not deep near the rear receiver tang. see it in the picture below. This is very minor and firing the 41 over the years has not effected it at all. The gun comes with the original Russian buffer and a hard plastic Chicom K50 buffer for shootin, as it absorbs the shock much better than the Russian Phenolic does. 

PPsh41 will come with 1- 71rd. drum and pouch / 1- 35rd. stick magazine / Russian  sling / Original Russian Buffer / Hard plastic Chicom K50 buffer / All documentation.

$...........Sold Pending Funds .


Steve Hill     















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