Poland - 1954 - Lucznik Radom - Pps43 - Sub-machine gun

Description
Poland - 1954 - Lucznik Radom - Pps43 - Sub-machine gun
Unissued/As new

Deactivated Polish PPS-43 7.62 submachine gun. Made in the 1950s. In outstanding condition. With a moving bolt under spring pressure, movable safety and trigger, and removable cartridge holder.

Including the original PPS-43 belt, two-part cleaning rod, extra cartridge holders for decoration and an oil reservoir.

The PPS-43 was designed in 1942 during the Siege of Leningrad when the city was surrounded by nazi troops. It only took two weeks to get it from the drawing board into production for use by the Soviet resistance fighters. Remarkably, it stayed in production in the Soviet Union, the Warsaw Pact and China until 1968. PPS is an abbreviation for 'Pistolyet Poolemyot Sudayeva', or in other words Sudayev's machine gun. It is a very reliable design and they function excellently in very wet conditions.

Lot details
Country of manufacture
Poland
Year of manufacture
1954
Manufacturer/ Maker
Lucznik Radom
Model
Pps43
Weapon type
Sub-machine gun
Condition
Unissued/As new
Barrel/ blade length
243 mm
Overall Length
615 mm
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