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Rare soviet tank submachinegun

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    Look at this strange system with angled barrel
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    Now that's interesting!....
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    Very interesting to see.

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    What tank is it from Dim ?
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    I don't think it was designed for special, tank, it could be used for any, i would say- unisex.
    This is from the closed museum of the Tula weapons factory
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    Looks like it is based on PPSH, doesn't it?
    Here is one based on AK by the same engineer Kurenkov K.T.

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    Very interesting.
    I see on the tag that it's 7.62 and the drum does look PPSh ish. So I guess this is in 7.62x25 ?
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