Tag: pps-43c

Basic Rifle Class with an SBR PPS-43C

Basic Rifle Class with an SBR PPS-43C

| September 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Last Saturday the She-Shepherd and I attended QSI Training‘s last basic rifle class of the season. There’s less than a month before the outdoor training season ends here; we’ll be indoors doing force and force and “square range shooting” from mid-October until April. I had to make a difficult choice: what should I shoot? I still […]

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JMeck Scope Mounts PPS-43C Picatinny Rail First Impressions Review

JMeck Scope Mounts PPS-43C Picatinny Rail First Impressions Review

| September 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

I really like my PPS-43C SBR. Yes, it’s heavy and the top-folding stock is a little wonky, but it is accurate and fun to shoot. The 7.62x25MM cartridge is easily tamed by the PPS-43C’s mass. The only real problem I have with the weapon are the iron sights. They leave a lot to be desired. […]

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SBR PPS-43C Review

SBR PPS-43C Review

Why I bought it The She-Shepherd and I were looking for a good firearm that would fit her 5′ 2″ petite frame. She’d run a few rifle classes with my full-sized AK47 rifles, but by the end of the day the weight (and more importantly, balance) was getting to be  too much for her short […]

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