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The PPSH-41 was a blast to shoot, the cyclic rate, the aesthetics, and the simplicity truly make for a fantastic designed weapon. It of course had some draw backs, mainly quality control of manufacturing, but given the circumstances I don't hold it against it too much. THANKS APEX, ASK FOR HUG AND KISS MERCH: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 LINK TREE: 🤍 Amazon Gear List: CR123's: 🤍 Surefire DF: 🤍 Orange Dreamsicle: 🤍 Rite in the Rain: 🤍 Fry the Brain: 🤍 BASIC RETRO SLING: 🤍 Ranger Handbook: 🤍 QUICK LORE: The impetus for the development of the PPSh came partly from the Winter War against Finland, where the Finnish Army employed the Suomi KP/-31 submachine gun as a highly effective tool for close-quarter fighting in forests and built-up urban areas. Its 71-round drum magazine was later copied and adopted by the Soviets for their PPD-40 and PPSh-41 submachine guns. The PPD-40 was subsequently rushed into mass production in 1940, but it was expensive to manufacture, both in terms of materials and labor, because it used numerous milled metal parts, particularly its receiver. Georgy Shpagin's main idea for cost reduction was to use metal stamping for the production of most parts. Shpagin created a prototype PPSh in September 1940, which also featured a simple gas compensator designed to prevent the muzzle from rising during bursts; this improved shot grouping by about 70% relative to the PPD. MORE VIDEOS: Banzai Charges Never Stood a Chance (AN-M2): 🤍 USE THESE TO NOT DIE: 🤍 They Put a Hit On The Guy Who Made This M14k: 🤍 Touch My Johnson M1941: 🤍 All magazines used are less than 29 rounds. 00:00 when the world fell, the ppsh-41 stood tall 02:21 The chatting cloth face returns 03:20 I love APEX, so should u 03:48 PPSH-41 vs MP40 05:18 History time 06:59 762 Tok vs 9 milly 08:42 Call her daddy 11:34 cleaning daddy 12:15 Who is Manuel and why do We go over his arms 14:13 THANKS TO NICK 14:26 Wrap up the show
The YouTube movie "PPSh-41 7.62x25" is likely a video showcasing the Soviet-era submachine gun known as the PPSh-41 (Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina 41). The PPSh-41 was widely used by Soviet forces during World War II and was known for its high rate of fire and reliable performance. This video may explore the design and operation of the weapon, as well as its historical significance and use in combat. Additionally, the 7.62x25mm cartridge mentioned in the title refers to the type of ammunition used by the PPSh-41. Overall, the video is likely to be of interest to military history enthusiasts and firearms enthusiasts.
🤍 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 In 1949, North Korea began production of a domestic copy of the Soviet PPSh-41 submachine gun. Designated the M49, it used a blend of Russian and Chinese characteristics, but was mechanically identical to the standard model, distinguishable only by its markings and its slightly oval-shaped stock profile. Production began in a factory located in Pyongyang, which was briefly captured by Allied forces in late 1950. Upon retaking the city, the Korean government moved production to a safer location farther north, where the guns continued to be made until 1955. Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N. Oracle #36270 Tucson, AZ 85740
🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 The Soviet PPSh-41 submachine gun is most distinctive for its very high rate of fire - approximately 1250 rounds/minute - and large drum magazine. What may come as a surprise to those who have not tried it is how this very high rate of fire does not actually make the weapon difficult to control or hold on target. In fact, the PPSh-41 is an easier SMG to shoot effectively than the later PPS-43, at leas tin my opinion. The Soviets and the Germans make quite different choices in magazines and rate of fire with the PPSh and the MP40, but both turned out to be very good submachine guns. The glaring weak point of the PPSh are its magazines, and the difficulty in finding a drum that would run reliably in this particular example is why today's shooting session is done with one of the 35-round stick magazines instead. Thanks to Marstar for letting me examine and shoot their PPSh-41! If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! 🤍
We take a deep dive into the inner workings of the PPSH-41, and attempt to show just how incredibly simple these iconic World War 2 SMG’s really are. Even for Russian standards. About Me My name is Brandon Herrera. I'm the owner and operator of The AK Guy Inc, a 07 Firearm Manufacturer based out of Fayetteville, NC. I also co-own Stark Media Group, and designed the rifle known as the AK-50. I've started to dedicate this YouTube channel above all to have fun, but also as a way to document my entrepreneurial journey for the next few years as I try to grow my companies. Hopefully, people can learn from my example, successes, and failures. Either way, I'm having a lot of fun with it so far, and I hope it's just as fun to follow along! You Can Also Follow Me Here: Instagram: 🤍RealBrandonHerrera. Facebook: Facebook.com/RealBrandonHerrera/
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🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 After making the decision to mass produce a submachine gun, the Soviet Union adopted the Degtyarev PPD-38 and PPD-40, but this design was too expensive for the huge scale of production that the USSR intended. A new design was needed, and was put into development almost as soon as the PPD was entering production. Shpagin won the design competition with the PPSh-41, a weapon which required virtually no lathe work at all. It was assembled from a combination of heavy-gauge stampings and simple milled parts, and it fit the Soviet requirements quite well. Shpagin retained the high rate of fire and large drum magazines from the PPD, and even had a semiauto selector switch in his submachine gun, a bit unusual in a weapon intended for minimum expense. The drum magazines proved to be the weak point of the design, being only somewhat interchangeable between weapons and being rather complex to manufacture as well as bulky to carry and fairly easy to damage. A 35-round box magazine was introduced later on which ameliorated some of these issues, although not all of them. The PPSh-41 would go on to be deemed itself too complex, and supplemented by the PPS-43 submachine gun, although it was never fully replaced during World War Two. In addition to Soviet service, it would be copied and manufactured by several other nations. Thanks to Marstar for letting me examine and shoot their PPSh-41! If you enjoy Forgotten Weapons, check out its sister channel, InRangeTV! 🤍
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The PPS-43, designed by Alexei Sudayev based on a previous submachine gun design by I.K. Bezruchko-Vysotsky, was the Soviet replacement for the PPSh-41. The Shpagin submachine gun was a very effective combat weapon, but was time-consuming to produce and required specialized manufacturing tools. The Soviet military wanted a weapon that was cheaper and faster to make, and which could be produced at small shops not experienced in firearms production. The Sudayev design fit these criteria extremely well, being made almost entirely of simple bent metal components. Production of the first prototype Sudayev submachine guns begin in 1942 in the besieged city of Leningrad, where guns were quite literally taken from the factory door to the front lines and put into service. A few minor flaws were discovered and corrected, and by the time the siege was broken the gun was suitable for mass production. It was designated the PPS-43, and while it was theoretically a replacement for the PPSh-41, it never did actually replace the former weapon. It was decided to continue PPSh-41 production in the factories already tooled up for it, while making use of the PPS-43’s simplicity to put it into production as a range of new factories that did not have the technical capacity to make more complex weapons. Mechanically, the PPS-43 was a simple blowback gun, using basically the same conceptual operating system as the PPSH-41. However, Sudayev resolved the most significant practical problem with the PPSH-41 by abandoning its unreliable drums and developing his own new double stack, double feed 35-round box magazine. The PPS-43 magazine is simpler to load, more reliable in used, and much smoother to insert and remove from the weapon that then PPSh magazines. The improvement was substantial enough to justify the use of different and incompatible magazines in the two guns. In conjunction with the discarding of the drum magazine, Sudayev also designed his gun to have a lower rate of fire than the PPSh, to better manage ammunition supply. However, the roughly 600 rpm rate of the PPS-43 is actually relatively difficult to control in that light weapon, where the PPSh-41 was substantially smoother shooting despite (or perhaps because of) firing faster. 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 Русская версия: 🤍
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World Of Guns on PC. Wikipedia: The PPSh-41 is a Soviet submachine gun designed by Georgy Shpagin as a cheap, reliable, and simplified alternative to the PPD-40. A common Russian nickname for the weapon is "papasha" (Russian: папаша), meaning "daddy", and during the Second World War, it was sometimes called the "burp gun" by German soldiers. The PPSh is a magazine-fed selective fire submachine gun using an open bolt, blowback action. Made largely of stamped steel, it can be loaded with either a box or drum magazine and fires the 7.62×25mm Tokarev pistol round. The PPSh saw extensive combat use during World War II and the Korean War. It was one of the major infantry weapons of the Soviet Armed Forces during World War II, with about six million PPSh-41s manufactured in this period. In the form of the Chinese Type 50 (licensed copy), it was still being used by the Viet Cong as late as 1970. According to the 2002 edition of the Encyclopedia of Weapons of World War II the PPSh was still in use with irregular militaries.
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The PPSh-41 is a Soviet submachine gun designed by Georgy Shpagin as a cheaper and simplified alternative to the PPD-40. A common Russian nickname for the weapon is "papasha" (папа́ша), meaning "daddy", and it was sometimes called the "burp gun" because of its high fire-rate. The PPSh is a selective-fire submachine gun using an open bolt, blowback action. Made largely of stamped steel, it can be loaded with either a box or drum magazine and fires the 7.62×25mm Tokarev pistol round. The PPSh saw extensive combat use during World War II and the Korean War; in Eastern Bloc countries, monuments celebrating the actions of the Red Army commonly feature a PPSh-41.It became one of the major infantry weapons of the Soviet Armed Forces during World War II, with about six million PPSh-41s manufactured in this period, making it the most-produced submachine gun of the war. If You Like This Video, Don't Forget to like comments & share the video. I hope you enjoy the video. Thank you.
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The PPSh-41, chambered in 7.62x25mm Tokarev, was designed by Georgy Shpagin and its the Russian answer to the Thompson, with a faster rate of fire (1250rpm versus the Thomson's 700-800rpm). It is a very controllable, fun firearm to shoot with and at the end, not so chubby. With a full drum magazine it weights around 5.5kg (12 pounds). The box magazine can fit 35 rounds, but the drum can fit up to 71 rounds. When the Germans captured a large number of the PPSh-41, they converted it to use the standard German SMG cartridge - 9x19mm and named it the "MP41". Unconverted ones, known as the "MP717", were supplied with the almost identical 7.63x25mm Mauser ammo and put in use. The Soviets produced more than 5 million Shpagins by the end of the second World War. You can support us at: ¤ Polenar Tactical Store: 🤍 ¤ Join our community at: 🤍 ¤ or slide in our DMs: 🤍 Ammo provided by Sellier&Bellot FB: 🤍 IG: 🤍
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