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Post war Polish copy of the PPS-43 submachine gun.
Made at Radom probably the finest PPS ever produced
Deactivated with moving bolt trigger and safety. £299
A Beretta M12 sub machine gun. 9x19 first produced in 1962 this is a blowback sub machine gun that found a lot of
popularity worldwide despite seeing very limited use with the Italian armed forces.
Deactivated with moving bolt trigger and safety. £425
7.65x25 Yugoslavian copy of the MP40, extensively used during the Balkan conflict.
Deactivated with moving cocking handle bolt carrier and trigger
7.62x25 Czech sub-machine gun deactivated with moving bolt carrier, folding stock and selector.
Unusal in that it has a magazine loading tool on the receiver.
SMG not to be confused with the Soviet PPSh-41, this is closer to the Beretta 38 in operation.
Chambered in 7.62x25. Deactivated with an EU certificate, moving bolt carrier, and trigger.
Lusa Portuguese sub-machine gun
This sub-machine gun was manufactured by INDEP
It is unual to see this firearm deactivated, and is welded solid