PPSh-41: Final Photos The last thing to do was to stain and shellac the stock. Here are the final photos of this exhausting project!
This gun can be disassembled just like the real one...nothing is glued that shouldn't be. Eventually I will buy brass for the magazine and cast plastic bullets to fill the magazine.
Total build time: 120 Hours Total Cost: $86 Total Weight: 2.25 lbs
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That is apsolutley amazing man. Never have i seen such good work on a scratch built ww2 weapon. I myself have been trying to get plans to make a m1a1 thompson smg and i was wondering were u got all the diagrams of the parts needed for your ppsh?
Ohh thats tight man. Like the youre Shpagin smg. Dude can you give the plans from which you built that, Ive noticed that the thing that cover the barel is kindy sqare but the corners should be more round suggest you to take a sandpaper and make the corners a bit more round,and paint it in a more darker paint like black metalic or something like that and i didnt see did you put a factory number on it?
Blindsquirrel..You are the MAN. Your work is of the very highest quality and you deserve all the praise you are getting and more. After seeing your fantastic scratchbuilt PPSH-41 I was inspired to build my own scratchbuilt weapon. I opted for the MG42 and if it turns ot half as good as th PPSH-41I will be a very happy man. It is about 3/4 built but when finished I will post on blogger. Keep up the great work..Keith