>>28542162 Kit's aren't too easy. I had to build the shroud from scratch with a piece of sheet metal. That doesn't sound too hard until you see geometry of an original. It was tricky. Unless you are making a post sample, or you want to try to save the original stamps and markings, it's really just easier to buy one and SBR it from there if you want.
>>28541711 they are cheap because : 1 EU is gonna ban cat b soon so make profit while you can (and don't ever think about buying this without B2 permit on a real online gunshop ) 2 it's a deactivated/fake gun and those will be banned in a short span of time, trying to reweaponize is safe bet for loosing fingers. >>28543361 ok
3 those aren't PPSH41 (wich are a tad bit more expensive)
>>28543436 as in you building one from parts or buying one off the shelf? >Parts Kit It's immensely easier to build one automatic than it is semi. >Off the shelf No, it really isn't easy at all. Why? The receivers are made so that they won't accept original bolts. So to make it automatic, you are going to be rebuilding the gun anyway.
OP I bought one last summer from Centerfire Systems. It was a little pricy because that was when they were starting to disappear, but it still wasn't all that costly. I'm in the process of sbr-ing it now. Just waiting on my stamp. After all is said and done, the complete SBR PPS43 will have costed me around 900$. It's pricey, but its on the cheaper side as far as sbr's go.
As for the gun itself, its very nice. It's pretty heavy and the parts are a kinda proprietary (and I worry about the trigger mechanism being shitty), but its so simple any decent machinist could probably just make you a replacement. Shoots well enough for what it was designed for. My one concern is that I've had to switch my tok ammo to RAS brand exclusively because the gun abuses the fuck out of the other brands. This is probably for the best, though, because RAS is actually more potent, more reliable, more long lasting (sealed cases), and cheaper than PeePeeonU and Shittier & Fuckoff.
Overall if you can get one and don't mind shelling out a little extra on pricey and harder to find ammo, then I'd totally recommend it.
Also extra mags are dirt cheap and hold 35 rounds.
>>28543226 Yeah, I posted pics of me fucking yer mom and apparently Google frowns upon what they term "bestiality". Actually, I'm at work, on my phone and I thought I remembered seeing 9mm versions of these, but I wasn't sure and my question was also pretext to see if anyone had owned a 9mm version of these, but I'm sure you wouldn't know because you are a nogunz faggot.
>>28544610 9 mil versions exist, yes. They are slightly less reliable, but people still enjoyed them. They use the same magazine as the original, but you get some x number of rounds less since the 9 is bigger. The guy doing sbr work has an original full auto pps43 he converted to 9mm.
I got one 7.62 last March at a fun show, think it was 374 out the door.
It's a lot of fun, goes through ammo fast with the 35 round magazines. Haven't had a hiccup at all. The take down and cleaning is stupidly easy. Like, you almost feel dumb doing it because it requires no thought at all.
>>28547603 Yea god choice. The primers on the other ammo get destroyed. Either they are too soft or the firing pin is too rough. I wonder how much they will penetrate? I know surplus will be more potent, but the RAS seems to rip pretty good as well and I'd like to see just how much they can go through. What's the furthest you've shot yours?
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