Valarius J.: This is years late, but if I may ask, what sort of charging handle do you have on your PPS43? It looks similar to a K31's straight pull bolt.
sonick808: tok ammo is impossible to find cheap anymore :(
1945Ace1: dear sir how do you get into building semi autos? do you order an video which teaches you how and do you need an license?
pivotnoob236: ok all ive seen is that the stalk doesnt open, but can a semi auto be converted?
Ramerkay: @icankickflip centerfire sells them for less than half that
Dennis Sutton: Nice but you can buy these for $350.00 in Semi auto.
thesatist: nice gun cant wait for mine
PCShogun: If a person already has a semi auto PPs43-C and would like to make the shoulder stock work, how much would it cost to get the mechanics repaired? I would be able to provide proof of the $200 tax stamp prior to getting started. This is simply an inquiry at this point.
PCShogun: If a person already has a semi auto PPs43-C and would like to make the shoulder stock legally work. how much would it cost to get the mechanics repaired? I would be able to provide proof of the $200 tax stamp prior to getting started.
zackk5: God damn you're weird.
jittychitty: @icankickflip Here ya go...good luck. (gunbroker item #213131617)
Uniform Tango 74: Cool vid. I visited your website too, pretty nice stuff you got there. I might have to find a kit for you ;)
Greg Clark: Your point??
Take your $60 kit, add a $100 barrel and $75 for a receiver repair section plus $1000 for liability insurance and $5000 for a mill and $3000 for a lathe plus enough experience to actual;ly make all this work and ...
Like I said - what's your point here?
Greg Clark: HI! $500 if you supply all parts. $770 If I do. These are hand built and tested. They work fine with surplus ammo.
Greg Clark: @taylorzack78 -
In its original form - yes. Mine is still blowback, but is modified to have a semi-auto hammer FCG.
Zachary Taylor: wait i thought the pps 43 was a blow back system with no hammer or is that the ppsh 41
Greg Clark: It's a closed bolt, hammer fired "pistol" - no buttstock, short barrel.
Greg Clark: Yes - I'm the guy. It's a CD based book - not a video.
More info at the GunBuilds web site.
jonflamion: i know u have a video on how to make these. if not i am mistaking you for someone, in your video does it show everything on how to make these functional, from a parts kit that you would buy regular to a rock n roll pistol. i am VERY interested in making one of these, think you can tell me a lil somethin somethin on how to make one...
Greg Clark: Right at the moment they go for somewhere between $700 and $900 depending on how well they are done and on a few options.