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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by dunn, Nov 5, 2011.
Just put one on layaway any opinion?
Yes- Lay a way is a very handy thing when you don't have ready cash when you find a item you want
never heard of it till now but it looks just like a ppsh
PPsh 50 / .22lr carbine
I was given a old Squires Bingham (PIATTA of Italy) mfg ppsh50, this one that was pretty rusty(alaskan porch for 10 years) and missing the mag, (it looked like a real ppsh that was dug up from a trench) not a spot of varnish on stock was able to toung oil the walnut stock to a pretty satin look, the finish was horribly pitted with surface corrosion, I used ceramic 1000F black header paint on it
was able to clean it up and get it working, was not able to find a drum mag for less than $100 if you could find one for sale. I ended up buying a stick mag ($38) through the FL based importer.
Was heavy and kinda neat, unfortunately mine had a crummy bore at muzzle and produced coffee can size patterns at 50yds, I should have back bored the muzzle but sold it instead.
A new gun should be a hoot.
[ame=http://youtu.be/8NQN5VbU13k]PPS 50 Bingham Protest Anti-Flag Russian .22lr pietta - YouTube[/ame]
[ame=http://youtu.be/1_73IXpKQUw]Really cool rifle I just got. - YouTube[/ame]
I would most likely just put a 50 round mag in a 10/22
It would be nice if you posted a link if you dont have a picture. That is my opinion.
Puma 50 round 22