Pps43 Receiver Repair Section

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Made from original Russian blueprints.
Made from .075″ 1018 cold rolled steel.
Will work with a PPS43 and PPS43/52

NO FFL or paperwork is required.

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During design, emphasis was placed on simplifying production and eliminating most machining operations; most of the weapon’s parts were stamped sheet metal. These measures reduced the number of machined components to a bare minimum, cutting down machining time by more than half, to 2.7 hours of machining instead of 7.3 hours for the PPSh-41. There were also savings of over 50% in raw steel usage, down to 6.2 kg instead of 13.9 kg, and fewer workers were required to manufacture and assemble the parts. Thanks to the improvements in production efficiency, the Soviet planners estimated that the new gun would have allowed an increase in monthly submachine gun output from 135,000 units to 350,000 weapons.


Technical Information


Designer I. K. Bezruchko-Vysotsky and A. I. Sudayev
Designed 1942
Produced 1942–1946 (USSR)
No. built ~2 million (USSR)
Variants PPS-42, PPS-43, M/44, PPS wz. 1943/1952, Type 43
Mass PPS-42: 2.95 kg (6.50 lb)
` 3.04 kg (6.7 lb)
Length PPS-42: 907 mm (35.7 in) stock extended / 641 mm (25.2 in) stock folded
PPS-43: 820 mm (32.3 in) stock extended / 615 mm (24.2 in) stock folded
Barrel length PPS-42: 273 mm (10.7 in)
Cartridge 7.62×25mm Tokarev
Action Blowback, open bolt
Rate of fire 500–600 rounds/min (cyclic rate)
Muzzle velocity Approx. 500 m/s (1,640 ft/s)
Effective firing range 100–150 m[1][2]
Maximum firing range 200 m
Feed system 35-round detachable box magazine
Sights Flip rear sight, fixed blade front sight



  • Soviet Union
    • PPS-42
    • PPS-43
  • Finland M/44 submachine gun.
  • Poland Between 1946 and 1955
    • PPS wz. 43: the PPS-43 which was license-produced from 1946
    • PPS wz. 43/52: pps43 with a fixed wood stock
  • China– Type 54, license-produced version of PPS-43
  • West Germany– In 1953, the border guards (Bundesgrenzschutz) adopted the Spanish-made DUX-53 and DUX-59 submachine guns, copied from the PPS-43 by way of the Finnish M/44.
  • Vietnam – K-50M also borrowed elements from the PPS design
  • Hungary – in the 1950s Hungary combined basic features of the PPS-43 with the bolt safety of the PPSh-41 in the unsuccessful M53.




2 reviews for Pps43 Receiver Repair Section

  1. Jake

    Great product and great guy easy to communicate with

  2. Sean prasky

    My shop uses only thier reciver sections for custom builds

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