Not talking at all about kit builds, talking complete clone builds from the ground up, there is no source to my knowledge of kits or readily available parts.Q-gunner2 said:Assuming its 100% American made, around $700.
Assuming it has alot of original parts, like the grip/stock, bolt or barrel, handgaurd, etc. over $1,000.
You can get ammo by Hornady for $19/20 now, so obviously SOMEONE has a bunch of them. I saw a 60's era catalogue listing them, so they were in the US in a large quantity at one time. What happened to all of them?
Oh and for Wolf ammo, I suggest 130gr. Hollow Point. Casing type wouldn't matter to me, berdan or boxer, steel or brass. It would need to be less than $10 a box though.
Where/who is your source on this info? I am VERY intrested in a SBR semi-auto PPSh-41. Any help would be greatly appreceated.Motorcityman said:They would be two grand min. I wouldnt want it in the kurz ammo either, too hard to come by and i doubt wolf will make any. I know someone who has a real nice pristine example and i have shot it, its fun but the ammo is just outragously expensive. I'm not a fan of German guns but i'd buy one if it was under a thousand, it would be a nice addition to a collection, something different. What i have my eye on is the ppsh41 MGS is supposedly comming out with, ammo is cheap, parts are cheap, mags and drums are cheap.
$1200-1600... maybe only if it was really nice Hell if i saw one in person I would probably drop 2k on one on the spot! You look at all this stuff online and think "Hey thats nice" and when you see it in a store you just flashback to the last time you saw your balance on an ATM receipt wondering if you can afford it :lol:Dieter122 said:
Stottman said:Rumor has it that they are going to make one for the German civilian market.
They already make a MP38 for the civilian market. It costs about $2000, which is relative, since a Saiga will cost about $800. They made the MP38 because the machined receiver is cheaper to make in small numbers then a stamped receiver. The MP38 sold here seems to be made from original parts, and still fires from the open bolt.
Also, German gun dealer told me that he imported a handful of Semi auto Mp44s from Russia. They were converted at the Molot factory.
As for ammo, Yugo company makes modern, brassed cased 8mm Kurz.
Probably allot still..DBLETAP said:I wonder how many the Russians have in storage with ammo and mags?