WTS/WTT: PPSh-41 clone M24/47, 8mm, 7.5 Swiss, 7.62x51 surplus, Hot Shot 7.62 Nagant

about 4 years ago
WTS/WTT: PPSh-41 clone M24/47, 8mm, 7.5 Swiss, 7.62x51 surplus, Hot Shot 7.62 Nagant
Price
$1,000.00
Brand
PPSH
Seller
newsnerd99
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Location
Pennsylvania
Description

Time to pay for Christmas! Cash is king and prices are listed below with each listing. I will only accept trades of:
- US M1917 revolver
- Victory model Smith and Wesson - either .38 Special or .38 S&W in any original barrel length.
- Russian capture P38
- NIB HO-scale modern era model trains
Payment is via USPS or Western Union money orders or cash for a FTF in south central Pennsylvania. Shipping will be UPS ground with signature confirmation from 17110. You can go to UPS.com and get shipping quotes if you are curious about price estimates. I will only charge actual shipping prices (which includes insurance, signature and ORM-D fees if applicable.)
PM me here or email: ppmpt209@gmail.com Thanks!
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PPSh-41 clone Allied Armament PPNJ 41 7.62x25
Tired of the same old AR or AK? Looking for a new toy? Have I got a rifle for you: the Allied Armament-built PPNJ 41 chambered in 7.62x25mm.
This is the "good" PPSh-41 clone - several have been made over the decades and many had reliability problems.
I am the original owner; it was built in mid-2008 and incorporates the later (better) features like the better recoil spring and firing pin mechanism.
The rifle has less than 500 rounds through it and I'm only selling it because Christmas is coming and I don't shoot it enough to keep it anymore.
This is built like a tank just like the original. Allied built these on hand-selected matching Polish parts kits. They used as many parts as legally possible and were smart enough to use the same serial numbers as the kit so the rifle has the "all matching" look. It retains the hinged receiver for easy assembly and cleaning; the bore and chamber is chrome lined just like the original. Allied improved on things by parkerizing the rifle instead of the standard blueing.
The bore is clean and shiny - I always thoroughly cleaned the rifle after shooting. There is no rust or pitting anywhere on the rifle. The rifle comes with a stick mag, a drum and a pouch just as it was sold to me. You'll also get a real Polish PPSh-41 canvas/leather sling.
I mangled the two-piece receiver pin the first time I took it apart. I damaged the pin; it still holds fine and does not affect assembly or disassembly. The sale will include a personal tour of the rifle so you don't make the mistakes I did. Allied looks like they dinged the parkerization when they engraved the makers mark and serial number on the barrel shroud. They touched it up but in the right light (see photos) you can see the difference in the finish. The rifle has problems stripping rounds off the top of a fully-loaded stick mag; if the bullets are under too much tension the bolt can't strip them off reliably. Also, just like the originals, the drums don't always feed reliably. This rifle will misfire on rounds where the primer is not flush with the base. This was common with some Bulgarian and Romanian ammo.
I have the original instruction sheets and an ATF letter accepting Allied's design as semi-automatic rifle that does not fall under the NFA. Do your homework - these are the keeper PPSh clones! http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_6_2/240161_.html
I have several stick/drum mags and ammo for sale separately. The rifle buyer gets first dibs - then I'll sell what they don't want separately.
PRICE: $1000 THIS SHIPS TO AN 01FFL ONLY
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Yugoslavian/Serbian Mauser M24/47 8mm
This rifle is in excellent condition with a gorgeous tiger-striped stock. Blueing is close to 100% and the bore is bright and shiny. The rifle is all-matching but the mag/trigger housing is lined-out from the 1947 rebuild and was not renumbered.
This was my last 8mm Mauser rifle: I kept it because it shot every single surplus 8mm ammo to point-of-aim at 200 yards. It shot it at varying degree of accuracy but all to the same POA! I never had that happen before. (70's Yugo was best, followed by 50s Yugo, 70's Romanian, Turk and the worst was Ecuadorian.)
PRICE: $260 THIS SHIPS TO 01 OR 03 FFL ONLY
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900rds 1980's Yugoslavian sealed tin:
there is no better! 70's/80's Yugo is the Cadillac of military surplus 8mm Mauser for both accuracy and consistency. Accept no substitute. [B
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720rds Romanian "new in box":
This ammo is packed 20rds per box still in their original boxes.
PRICE: $270
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660rds 1950's Yugoslavian: This is just as accurate as the 1970's Yugo, but with harder primers. This is the balance of a tin that I only shot a small number of boxes out of. 15rd boxes.
PRICE: $295
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409rds mixed:
This is the grab bag of everything else 8mm I have left. Roughly half the ammo is loose; the other half is on brass or steel stripper clips. I will include two empty bandoliers in the lot. It includes:
139rds 1970's Yugo (with 15 stripper clips) - some rounds tarnished
52rds 1950's Yugo (with 10 stripper clips) - some rounds lightly tarnished
11rds 1970's Romanian (with 2 stripper clips) - some discoloration on copper jackets
51rds mixed years Turkish (with 5 stripper clips)
74rds Czech (with 15 stripper clips) - this ammo bought at auction, can't speak to its storage. Discoloration on steel cases, tarnish on brass bullets. Never fired any of it, consider it components.
33rds Greek (with 6 stripper clips)
9rds mixed mystery headstamps
40rds PMC brass-cased SP hunting ammo
MIXED LOT PRICE: $170
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13 boxes of top shelf Hotshot 7.62x38 Nagant FMJ ammo for the Model 1895 Soviet/Russian Nagant revolver.
This ammo was made by Privi Partisan for Century Arms under their Hotshot brand of ammo.
This is all brand new, shiny brass-cased non-corrosive ammunition in boxes.
PRICE: $250
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Swiss GP-11
Sealed 480rd case 1980's dated (x2) =
$245 each
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60rd bricks (x6), 10rd boxes (x6) =
420rds total $220
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40rd FNM Portugal, 37rds Hornady SP (3 fired pieces of brass included in box) =
$65
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German blue 7.62x51mm plastic bullet training ammo
These rounds are primer-powered only, with a plastic case and bullet and are non-corrosive. These are used in training sessions by the German Army - but you can use them where ever! These are a ton of fun to use - no recoil, much quieter than the full-power ammo and much lighter - you can use them for practice plinking, pest control, etc. That being said - THESE ARE 10gr BULLETS THAT CAN KILL JUST THE SAME AS METAL BULLETS. These are not a toy and need to be used in a responsible manner. I've shot them out of a Century FAL (they lack the power to cycle the action but still go bang), a Spanish 1916 Mauser and an Indian L2A1 Enfield. Best accuracy is on a calm day but people have reported groups out to 300 meters! Obviously the POI is different with your standard POA.
This ammo is sealed in their 50rd cardboard boxes - I am selling two lots of 750rds (15 boxes of 50rds each) - $75 per lot. If you want all 1500rds it's $140.
Thanks for looking!