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FourTenJaeger 05-05-2013 5:20 PM

Russian PPSH-41 for sale in Confiscated gun lot
 
Could be real sub-gun instead of an SBR? It dosent say anything about NFA reg. It's a trap!

http://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa...30&acctid=5441

11011500a 05-05-2013 5:32 PM

I'll take lot's 3,4,&5 please:flowers: .A sweet repo I would guess no happy hole.That would be bad:willy_nilly:

zonzin 05-05-2013 5:55 PM

I like that little 30 30 lever action. Great saddle gun.

VegasND 05-05-2013 6:00 PM

I bet the sheriff's office doesn't release number 6 to the buyer:
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1. Savage Model 110 270 WIN 2. Remington Model Apachee 77 22cal 3. Glenfield Model 30A 30-30 WIN 4. Harrington and Richardson Model 88 12GA shotgun 5. Remington Model 870 12GA shotgun 6. Russian PPK with magazine. Made in 1944
http://www.govdeals.com/photos/5441/5441_30_7.JPG

Capybara 05-05-2013 7:09 PM

If it truly was made in 1944, it would be select fire, wouldn't it? Did they make semi-auto only PPKs in WWII? Paging a WWII C&R expert to educate us.

mosinnagantm9130 05-05-2013 7:15 PM

I don't see anything obvious suggesting it isn't a full auto PPSh

The barrel is still the 10.6", so at bare minimum it is an SBR.

Edit: I suppose it could be a dewat or a dummy gun, can't tell for sure without better pics.

FourTenJaeger 05-05-2013 8:42 PM

These auctions are often full of bad information, So who knows. It was definitely suprising to me.

Vlad 11 05-05-2013 9:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Capybara (Post 11271971)
If it truly was made in 1944, it would be select fire, wouldn't it? Did they make semi-auto only PPKs in WWII? Paging a WWII C&R expert to educate us.

Im no expert but that's an easy one ... yes they only made semi-auto PPK's during WW2. But they were the Germans, the Russians never produced a PPK :p

Obviously mislabeled and maybe they couldn't locate that hard to find Russian PPK ammo for that Shpagina

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All firearms except #6 are confirmed to be in working order. #6 is believed to be in working order
They would probably be surprised if they tested it

Capybara 05-05-2013 9:42 PM

See, I knew we needed someone who knew this stuff. Oh, yeah isn't the PPK a Walther? How did we evolve from PPSH to PPK?

timdps 05-05-2013 11:33 PM

Gun in the photo is a PPsh-4141. PPD-40 was a precursor to the PPsh41. Typo/brainfart from PPD to PPK?

Dummy gun using original parts kit?


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