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Old 02-14-2013, 02:01 AM   #101
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No the PPS is a different gun. Here is a pic of one.

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Ah, ok. I had only head of that firearm as the Ppsh-42 or Ppsh-43. Basically just a lighter, stamped version of the Ppsh41
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Yep. I've just always heard it called a PPS. I think thats the name of a walther pistol also.

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They're the same gun technically

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New question!

"Who designed and produced the German mp38 and mp40?"

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Well, if you mean that they are both blowback operated and fire pistol cartridges, then yes they are. I hope that's what you mean

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1. Short Magazine Lee Enfield
2.Rate of Fire?
3.Rifle,.30 caliber, M1?
4.M11-A1?
5.WW2
Very good.

#2, ROF, stands for "Royal Ordnance Factory"
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New question!

"Who designed and produced the German mp38 and mp40?"
Hmmm Erma?
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Well, if you mean that they are both blowback operated and fire pistol cartridges, then yes they are. I hope that's what you mean
The only major difference between the two is that the ppsh43 has a stamped steel lower whereas the 41 has a wooden stock.
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Hmmm Erma?
Correct. Designed by Vollmer (sp?) and produced by Erma Werke. Commonly mistaken as a Schmeisser
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Very good.

#2, ROF, stands for "Royal Ordnance Factory"
Oh, duh haha
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