Original WWII Era Russian PPSh 41 35-Round Box Magazine
Original Item: The Russian PPSh 41 submachine gun (Pistolet Pulemet) was originally designed to use a 71-round drum magazine based on a Finnish design, but it was soon recognized that box magazines were less expensive, and a 35-round curved box magazine was developed. Wartime photographs indicate that the box magazine was issued very widely.
IMA has found a very few PPSh 41 magazines. The design corresponds to the Russian second issue of WW2 and the Yugoslavian post-war manufacture.
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California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York
This product is not available for international shipping.
- Magazines are stored and shipped from our PA location
High Capacity Magazine Laws & Restrictions
Due to State & Federal law we do not ship magazines that exceed the following capacities to the following locations, and a deactivated magazine will be sent:
California - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
Colorado - 15 round maximum for all magazines.
Connecticut - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
Hawaii - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
Illinois - 15 round maximum for Chicago and Aurora. 10 round maximum for Oak Park and Cook County.
Maryland - 20 round maximum for all magazines.
Massachusetts - 10 round maximum for all magazines
New Jersey - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
New York- 10 round maximum for all magazines.
Washington, D.C. - 10 round maximum for all magazines.
International- No gun magazines can be exported from the USA.
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