General Historical Information
Place of origin USSR
Designer Georgy Shpagin
Manufacturer Numerous
Produced In 1941
Type Submachine gun
Effective range 150m
Rate of Fire 900rpm
Magazine 71rounds Drum Magazine

32 rounds Stick magazine

Ammunition 7.62×25mm Tokarev
General Ingame Information
Debut in FHSW Debut in FH mod
Used by USSR

The Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina 41, or PPSh-41, is a Soviet submachinegun in FHSW.

In game Edit

The PPSh-41 is an effective, close-range submachine gun for Russian troops. It has low recoil and a short reload time, but not very good accuracy unless you crouch or prone when firing.

History Edit

The Russian name is ППШ-41 or Пистолет-пулемёт Шпагина 41 and it was designed by Georgy Semyonovich Shpagin. The weapon was an effective, but somewhat crude, reliable weapon in combat but not without certain flaws. It was designed as a cheap and simple handweapon. It can fires 900 rpm with a range off 150metres. His magazine was a drum magazine with 71 rounds, similar to ones used in PPD-40, later models, from 1942, used a stock magazine with 35 rounds (32 rounds in-game), because reloading the magazine was faster. The submachine gun was one of the major submachine guns of the Soviet Army and it was also used by the Finnish army, who had captured the weapon.

More than 6 million PPSh-41 submachine guns were produced. After the war ended, the Soviet took the weapon out of service. But other countries, like Vietnam, have taken the gun into service. To this present day, the Soviets have used this weapon for more than 70 years.

MP-717(r) Edit

Maschinenpistole 717(r)
General Historical Information
Place of origin USSR
Produced In USSR
General Ingame Information
Used by Germany

The Maschinenpistole 717(r) or MP-717(r) was the name of the PPSh-41 captured by the German troops in WW2. They were captured in huge numbers and used by troops until the end of the war in the Russian front. It was more appreciated by the Germans than the mass-produced MP-40.

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