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Initially, the PPSh-41 received the 71 pound camembert loader from the PPD-40, itself a copy of the Finnish Suomi KP31 loader. But its size, the difficulty of reloading it and its relative reliability meant that 35-shot curved magazines were used in 1942. When the 35-ammunition curved magazine was available, it was customary for soldiers to keep an assault, a camembert charger as the first charger. Each soldier’s supply was probably a pie chart for 5 to 6 curved magazines, 3 pie charts before. Its barrel is protected by a fairing of metal which envelops the muzzle of the barrel and which acts as flamethrower.