ok, this might be Hungarian made (late 1940s), which would be the best news for me, since I do collect "cold-war" Hungarian stuff... (on pic. 2 - there is a small logo on the magazine, which looks to be Hungarian - well...I'll know more tomorrow.
very nice set fabe well done is there any stampings on the ammo pouch ? ive heard the springs weaken over time on the ppsh drum so the final rounds are not discharged ,thanks james
It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.
I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...
A very nice combo .
THX for the input everyone... this is an old thread of mine.
I still have this drum - I sold the pouch and sling (to be honest, they were not in very good condition).
I do have a technical question, since I know nothing about weapons:
When I received this drum, the spring was (and still is) in a "wound up" position (not sure how to describe it, so I'll make a photo).
My question; how do I "un-wind" the spring?
( It looks dangerous to get my fingers in there )
The spring is released by pressing the middle release button on the other side, whilst holding the cross piece on the inside. There is a youtube video about this at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z46xDjebFk4
thanks douglas ,ive learned something today