The PPSh-41, also known as the Papasha or the Burp Gun is a Soviet Made submachine gun designed by Georgy Shapgin as a cheap, reliable, and simplified alternative to the expensive PPD-40. Famous for its rate of fire of up to 900 rounds per minute and the usage of the Tokarev pistol rounds. It wreaked havoc on the Eastern Front of World War II, so much so that the Germans started to capture these guns to use them against the Soviets. After the Patriotic War, the gun was also seen used in the Korean War, Vietnam War and can still be found nowadays used by militias and insurgents around the world.
The Snow Wolf PPSH-41 AEG is a faithful replica of the legendary Soviet firearm. Constructed by a one-piece stamped steel receiver and a real wood stock, it is a high-quality and rugged replica of the real gun. The gun comes with the signature drum magazine that can hold 2000 rounds and it does also come with a 540 round stick magazine so you really won't have to get extra magazines for it!
The gun utilizes an electric blowback system, so you could feel some blowback impulses. You could also lock the bolt back just like the real gun to act as a safety or to adjust the hop-up. If you are looking to play as a Soviet soldier in a WWII-themed milsim or even to play as an insurgent or a partisan, look no further, this is the gun you are looking for.
|WW1 & WW2
|Semi Auto / Full Auto
|Net Weight (kg)
Snow Wolf Real Wood PPSH-41 AEG - Black (SW-09W)