The Russian PPSh-41 Submachine Gun was quite a game changer in World War II.
Machine Gun Mike has his hands on one fast shooting little submachine gun with this beauty.
Watch as this Russian PPSh-41 Submachine Gun is examines and tried out on the gun range.
Firing the hot little 7.62x25mm Tokarev cartridge, this "burp gun" had an incredible cyclic rate of 900-1,000 rounds per minute. Supplied by 35 round stick magazines or 71 round drum magazines, this submachine gun was the short range weapon of choice of the defending Russian Army against Nazi Forces.
Machine Gun Mike gets a chance to show us all about this interesting historical weapon and have some range time too.