The PPSh-41 (Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina) Submachine Gun, known as the Špagin SMG, is significant in firearms history as a Soviet weapon developed during World War II. Designed by Georgi Shpagin, this iconic submachine gun entered service in 1941 and symbolised Soviet military might. Its creation was a response to the need for a reliable and cost-effective firearm for close-quarters shooting in urban combat situations, making it a favoured weapon among Soviet troops during World War II's Eastern Front battles.

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Constructed with simplicity and ruggedness, the PPSh-41 submachine gun exhibits efficient shooting behaviour and performance. Featuring an open-bolt blowback action, the Špagin SMG offers rapid and reliable cycling, ensuring consistent shooting accuracy. The powerful 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge delivers substantial stopping power and control in short to medium-range shooting scenarios. The PPSh-41's drum or box magazine options provide ample ammunition for sustained shooting engagements.

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The field of use for the PPSh-41 extended to various combat environments during World War II and beyond. Soviet troops appreciated its rapid shooting rate, robust construction, and ease of operation, making it a versatile weapon for engaging enemy forces in diverse tactical situations. Whether in city streets, trenches, or dense forests, the PPSh-41 proved its worth as a reliable and effective firearm for Soviet infantry units, partisans, and special forces. Its straightforward design and dependable shooting capabilities earned it a reputation as a formidable weapon on the battlefield.

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An interesting fact about the PPSh-41 is its enduring popularity and widespread recognition as an iconic World War II firearm. Referred to as the "PePeSha" by Soviet soldiers, the submachine gun became a symbol of Soviet resilience and firepower during the war. Beyond its military use, the PPSh-41's distinctive appearance and historical significance have made it a sought-after collectable among shooting enthusiasts and historians. The Špagin SMG's inclusion in movies, video games, and literature further solidifies its status as a legendary firearm, embodying a chapter of Soviet military history and technological innovation.

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TypSubmachine gun
Typ náboje7.62×25mm Tokarev
Kapacita35 or 71 rounds
SystémBlowback, open bolt
Hmotnost3.63 kg (8.0 lb)
Délka843 cm (33.2 in)
Úsťová rychlost500 m/s (1,600 ft/s)
Účinný dostřel200 m (220 yd)
Rate of fire1250 RPM
Místo původuSoviet Union
KonstruktérGeorgy Shpagin
Ve službě1941–1960s (USSR) 1941–present (Other countries)
Vyrobeno6 mil.