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Author:  garibaldino [ Sat Mar 10, 2007 9:57 am ]
Post subject:  VALUE OF A PPSh

Hi all,

I've just been offered a de-act PPSh or free. It's in very good condition complete with drum magazine.

I've no idea how much I would have to pay for one, any ideas, as I am going to give the bloke something but don't want to insult him.

Cheers

Author:  gliderinf [ Sat Mar 10, 2007 10:15 am ]
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140 - 200 (or complete con 245)

I payed 140, although its post war dated, but you can get ww2 dated for that. :wink:

Unless its old spech - not sure what theyre going for, but probably double.

Author:  Kozlov [ Sat Mar 10, 2007 10:35 am ]
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SHould be about the 150 mark for a new spec and about 450-500 for an old spec.

Then you will have the most expensive part of your Red Army getup and be well on your way to joining us.... :wink:

Author:  garibaldino [ Sat Mar 10, 2007 11:01 am ]
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Koslov,

Will you support my application for Party membership comrade?

Cheers

Author:  Kozlov [ Sat Mar 10, 2007 12:53 pm ]
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Oh of course future-Comrade :D

Author:  REME 245 [ Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:59 am ]
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Ryton told me two weeks ago that their new consignment was in the country and just waiting for customs clearance.

They may have them by now.

Author:  REME 245 [ Tue Apr 24, 2007 17:00 pm ]
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Ryton now have PPSh-41 and PPS-43 on their site for �185.00.

As with all their Russian kit they are post war refurbs in unissued condition.

They also say thay they will be getting 44 pattern carbines in shortly.

Author:  REME 245 [ Wed May 02, 2007 17:07 pm ]
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I note there is an old spec PPSh-41 on Milweb at the moment dated 1951.

I assume by this time production must have moved to one of the Soviet client states?

Author:  Kozlov [ Wed May 02, 2007 19:19 pm ]
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Yes, certainly that will be non-Soviet.

If you can show/describe me the stamps I can tell you where its from

Author:  2ad82recon [ Sun Oct 14, 2007 20:43 pm ]
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Guys how can you tall a WW2 PPsh41 from a post war one and also a genuine Russian one to a post war copy.

I have one coming for my "axis" impression and want to know i am getting a rightun...:-)

Cheers fellas

Lloyd

Author:  Kot [ Sun Oct 14, 2007 21:08 pm ]
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2ad82recon wrote:
Guys how can you tall a WW2 PPsh41 from a post war one and also a genuine Russian one to a post war copy.

I have one coming for my "axis" impression and want to know i am getting a rightun...:-)

Cheers fellas

Lloyd


The date is stamped on the top of the PPSh41.

Author:  2ad82recon [ Sun Oct 14, 2007 21:11 pm ]
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Top where Kot...can anyone "fake" this date.

any good reference web sites ..comrade

Regards

Lloyd

Author:  REME 245 [ Mon Oct 15, 2007 7:21 am ]
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Look at this web site

http://www.ppsh41.com/

They are not realy worth enough to warrant doing repro markings.

Author:  2ad82recon [ Mon Oct 15, 2007 20:22 pm ]
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Thanks REME..just wanted to make sure i wasnt getting hung with a "wrongun"...:-)

regards

Lloyd

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