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PPSH41 semi auto 7.62×25 or 9mm

Original price was: $3,400.00.Current price is: $3,150.00.


PPSH41 semi auto 7.62×25 or 9mm

The PPSh-41 you’re considering comes in two main caliber options: 7.62×25 Tokarev and 9x19mm Parabellum (also commonly called 9mm). Here’s a breakdown of the pros and cons of each caliber to help you decide:

7.62×25 Tokarev:


  • Higher muzzle velocity: Generally offers a flatter trajectory and more penetration compared to 9mm.
  • Unique historical caliber: If you’re a fan of historical firearms, the 7.62×25 Tokarev is the caliber the PPSh-41 was initially designed for.


  • Less common ammunition: 7.62×25 Tokarev can be more difficult and expensive than 9mm.
  • Potentially higher recoil: The hotter 7.62×25 round might produce more recoil, making it trickier to control during rapid fire.

9x19mm Parabellum (9mm):


  • Widely available ammunition: 9mm is one of the most popular pistol calibers on the market, making it easier and cheaper to find ammo.
  • Potentially softer recoil: The lighter recoil of 9mm might make the PPSh-41 more controllable, especially for faster firing.


  • Lower muzzle velocity: Compared to 7.62×25 Tokarev, 9mm generally has a shorter effective range and less power.
  • Less historical accuracy: If historical accuracy is a big deal for you, then the 9mm caliber the PPSh-41 initially used wouldn’t be the best choice.

Additional Considerations:

  • Magazine availability: Make sure you can find magazines of your chosen caliber. Some manufacturers might offer PPSh-41 variants chambered for 9mm that use unmodified Suomi magazines, which can be more affordable than PPSh-41-specific magazines.
  • Parts availability: Similar to magazines, ensure parts availability for the caliber you select.

Ultimately, the best caliber for you depends on your priorities. If you prioritize historical accuracy and a unique shooting experience, the 7.62×25 Tokarev might be the way to go despite potentially higher costs and recoil. If you prefer more accessible access to ammo and potentially better controllability, the 9mm would be a better choice.


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