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PPS 43 kit with semi bolt and Mark II STEN kits

Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by wired, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. wired

    wired Yakima Well-Known Member

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    Sten kit sold

    PPS 43 kit with excellent barrel and complete bolt already converted to semi with AR-15 firing pin, 4 mags, 3 folding stock rear sections . Great shape. $225 delivered. Suomi mags not included



    shrkattk@gmail.com
     
  2. wanted

    wanted eugene New Member

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    What all needs to be done in order to use this?

    Thanks
     
  3. wired

    wired Yakima Well-Known Member

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    I'm sorry. This has sold
     
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    wanted eugene New Member

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    still out of curiousity what all needed to be done to shoot it?
     
  5. jordanka16

    jordanka16 Albany, OR Active Member

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    correct me if i'm wrong, but i believe all you'd need is a receiver to shoot it.
     
  6. wired

    wired Yakima Well-Known Member

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    For one of the pps 43 kits to be functional you need a bolt that is converted to semi like the one in the pic. You also need to convert the trigger assy to semi auto . Most guys use AK or AR-15 parts to make a closed bolt hammer fired setup. Then you would need a receiver repair section and a trunnion block and base plate. All of them are commercially available with total receiver parts cost being about $120. Weld it all together , dress it up and refinish. Its one of the more popular gun kits these days with the glut on the market of surplus 7.62x25 ammo. Of course you'd have to register it SBR , make it into a "pistol" by welding the stock in the closed position or making a regular carbine by welding a barrel extension.


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