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Object: PPSh (former USSR) Cal. 7.62 mm
Description: A simply constructed sub machine gun using pressed steel where possible. Produced in huge numbers to supply troops in WW2, this one is fitted with a 71 round drum magazine.
Comments: Non firing metal replica.
Maker: Hudson (Japan)
Age: Model -1980's
Size/Weight: 84.1cm/ 3.63 kg

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Object: MP40 (Germany) Cal. 9 mm
Description: The main infantry weapon of the German forces during WW2. Designed by Schmeisser and classed as a machine pistol. They were fitted with a folding stock and was the first of its type with no wood in the construction. This version used pressed metal and was fitted with a safety devise to prevent accidental discharge unlike earlier versions!
Comments: Non firing metal replica.
Maker: MGC (Japan)
Age: Model -1980's
Size/Weight: 83.2 cm/4.8 kg

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Object: Thompson M1928A1 Cal. .45"
Description: Probably the most famous sub machine guns ever, used by armies, police and criminals alike. There are several variants with drum and stick magazines.
Comments: Non firing metal replica.
Maker: MGC (Japan)
Age: 1970's
Size/Weight: 85.7 cm/4.88 kg

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Object: Thompson M1928A1 Cal. .45"
Description: As above
Comments: Plastic replica kit
Maker: L&S (Japan)
Age: 1980's
Size/Weight: 85.7 cm/4.88 kg

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Object: Stirling L2A3 Cal. 9 mm
Description: This gun replaced the Sten as a weapon for airborne British troops.
Comments: Non firing metal replica.
Maker: MGC
Age: 1980's
Size/Weight: 80.0 cm/2.75 kg

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