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The Gyrojet series was Developed in the 1960's by Robert Mainhardt & Art Biehl and prdouced in very small numbers by a company called MB Associates. They produced a Pistol, Carbine and a Rifle variant of the firearm and today they are very rare and can cost upwards of $1000 to get your hands on one. The firearms fire 2 different rounds as there was a MKI series and a MK2 series. They fire (Mark I) 13 mm rocket & (Mark II) 12 mm rocket from a 6 round box magazine generaly. There are many variants that were designed including a light machine gun and an underwater variant. The down side was the range was pretty low, managing about 50 Metres tops, the rocket round left the barrel at very low speeds but the farther it travels the faster it gets…
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The PPSh-41 or Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina in full is a Soviet designed Sub-Machine gun designed by Georgi Shpagin in 1941. The PPSh-41 is a blow-back operated SMG chambered in 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Roughly 6 million were mass produced not counting the officialy licenced Chinese Type 50 (Pictured Below)
The PPSh-41 would take either a 35 round Box Magazine or a 71 round Drum Magazine. It had a fire rate of 900 rounds/min, a muzzle velocity of almost 500 M/S (488M/S) and a effective distance of 150 Meters. Later into the war the 35 round box magazine mainly replaced the Drum Magazine due to the fact that fully loaded the drum mag constantly jammed, other factors influencing this change was also that it took a very long time to load a drum magazin…Read more >