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0rpheus
0rpheus Sep 28 2011, 7:01am says:

I looks really long

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jollyross69
jollyross69 Sep 28 2011, 10:55am replied:

that's what she said

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Sparky245
Sparky245 Oct 17 2011, 6:11pm replied:

That what many hope she does say.

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RoboTyphoon
RoboTyphoon Sep 29 2011, 1:04am replied:

Looks good though, nonetheless.

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therealgordonfreeman
therealgordonfreeman Oct 12 2011, 10:31am replied:

she said that too. ;)

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Sgt_Prof
Sgt_Prof Sep 28 2011, 7:05am says:

nice. Hope were comes PPSH with 71 rounds mag ? it be awesome.

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ℱℓσℊℊℯɾ✈
ℱℓσℊℊℯɾ✈ Sep 28 2011, 7:59am replied:

I think that 71 mag will be for the SMG assault kit

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EAWaffenSS
EAWaffenSS Sep 28 2011, 3:20pm says:

You can actually buy these weapons. They sell the PPS-43 in a pistol and carbine version from Polish/other eastern block countries. The ammunition and the firearm itself are incredibly cheap. Although they weld the foldable stock in the folded position. I intend to SBR mine.
A LOT of fun to shoot! (Bumpfire)

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Phenixtri
Phenixtri Sep 28 2011, 8:58pm replied:

My Polish PPS is listed as an SBR and is also converted to full auto as a type 2 firearm. >:) Its so much fun to shoot :D Still got a case of 2000+ rounds left from my last trip down to my uncles range.

I have a M3 grease gun as well but it only fire blanks for reenactment purposes. Hopefully when I get some spare cash on hand ill buy my self a camera and tripod to properly show off all my toys xD

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Phenixtri
Phenixtri Oct 11 2011, 9:28pm replied:

No video as of yet but here is a crappy photos of my new Polish PPS-43 " semi auto pistol variant atm" :P

Moddb.com

A Very fun little gun and quite easy to bump fire it as well >:3

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FelipeFR
FelipeFR Sep 28 2011, 6:19pm says:

Ahhh the PPS-43. Probably WW2's P90.

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Phenixtri
Phenixtri Sep 28 2011, 8:48pm replied:

Nah that is the PPsH 41. The PPS-43 is most famous since its development paved the way to Alexander Sudaev's series of AS-44 prototype 7.62x39mm assault riles that later heavily influenced the AK-47 prototypes.

The AS-44 was never put into production since the designer Sudaev died of an illness during the war and so the project pretty much got swept under the rug so to speak..

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Ruostenyrkki
Ruostenyrkki Sep 29 2011, 4:36am says:

I can't wait for the Suomi m31-submachinegun and Ppsh-41. Those guns were one of the best in the world.

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doom44
doom44 Sep 29 2011, 11:00am says:

That's a classic gun right there. Wasn't it the most reliable of the two Russian SMGs?

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ITCyoy543
ITCyoy543 Oct 5 2011, 2:41pm says:

finnaly the reds in fh2 now you need the japanese

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Suribatchi
Suribatchi Nov 4 2011, 10:11am says:

The Japanese are best left for last since they were mostly involved in the pacific !! And we all know what that means ........ BATTLESHIPS , DESTROYERS , SUBMARINES ETC ..... Personally i think its worth the wait !! Dont you ??

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BlueHawk707
BlueHawk707 Jan 4 2012, 9:52pm says:

I think i can see it now:
1. 200 meter blast radius, seriously OP, nerf immediately.

2. How the hell am I supposed to use this grenade I keep dying wtf please help.

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WAR_maniac
WAR_maniac Jan 15 2012, 7:36am says:

Best SMG of war

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moartea_vine
moartea_vine Apr 23 2013, 6:04pm says:

sweet baby cows they have the pps

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The PPS family of submachine guns (SMGs) started out in 1942 in the form of the PPS-42. It was primarily designed to be a lightweight, compact weapon to be used by various Soviet reconnaissance teams, vehicle crews, and support personnel. In 1943, after a production run of 45,000 units, the PPS-43 came into service with several design changes. Some of the more notable changes included a ventilated heat shield in the upper receiver and a shortened barrel and stock. The PPS-43 went on to be used throughout the rest of the war and was produced up until 1968. It still can be found in use today by some smaller nations.

The Soviet F1 hand grenade (nicknamed "Little Lemon") was a small, defensive fragmentation grenade. Introduced during World War II, the F1 was based on the existing French grenade of similar design and featured 60 grams of TNT. Its estimated throwing distance was somewhere between 30-45 meters, and could disperse metal shrapnel up to a distance of 200 meters. Thus the grenade had to be used from a defensive position to avoid injuring any nearby friendly troops. Both the PPS-43 submachine gun and the F1 hand grenade were made by Seth Soldier.

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