*Red Dot Scope not included
For H&K fans, this is an authentic / licensed "H&K Airsoft MP7" that is directly manufactured by H&K licensee Umarex USA (OEM by KWA)! The H&K MP7 is a compact, lightweight Personal Defense Weapon that is smaller than a conventional sub-machine gun. The conventional layout and fully ambidextrous controls on the MP7 means it handles like a pistol yet allows targets to be engaged like a rifle. This clever design allows any user to operate this PDW with minimal training. The MP7 is ideal for those on Personal Security Detail (PSD) or plain clothes duty in hostile territory and require more firepower than a pistol can provide.
The H&K MP7 GBB features authentic H&K engraving, compact frame, realistic hard-kick blowback, extreme high quality, detailed finish, superb accuracy, superb range, fully & semi automatic firing, two position retractable stock, rubber buttpad, full ambidextrous design, adjustable iron sights, accessory side rails, integrated scope rail, flip-down vertical support grip, on frame safety, 40 round magazine capacity, 380~430 FPS power output, adjustable hopup, and is powerd by Airsoft green gas or propane adapters.
- Fully trademarked H&K / Heckler & Koch Engraving.
- Compact design; great as a sidearm or primary weapon
- Realistic, hard-kick blowback
- Extreme high quality build and detailed finish.
- Superb accuracy and range.
- Adjustable hopup for optimized range.
- Fully automatic and semi-automatic firing.
- Light weight and high strength polymer frame.
- Telescopic two position retractable stock with rubber buttpad
- Metal rails, flashhider, magazine, fire selector, slide release, iron sight and retractable stock.
- Adjustable front and rear flip-up iron sights
- Textured pistol grip
- Heavyweight full metal magazine
- 20mm front accessory side rails
- Full length top rail for optics.
- Integrated flip-down vertical grip
- Completely ambidextrous: Ambidextrous firing selector switch, bolt release, mag release and charging handle
- Orange Flashhider affixed to outer barrel to comply with USA regulation.
6mmAmmo Type :
6mm Airsoft BB. 0.20g or heavier / Matrix & compatible high grade Airsoft bbs recommended.Power:
Green Gas, Propane AdapterOptic Compatible:
Picatinny / Weaver rail.Safety Type:
Manual, AmbidextrousOverall Length:
380mm / 590mm (Retracted / Extended)Weight (unloaded):
40 RoundsMuzzle Velocity:
380~430 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs and Green Gas)Fire Modes:
Semi / Full-Auto / SafePackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, ManualHopup:
Yes, AdjustableRear Sight Type :
Flip-up - Dual Aperture - Adj. for Windage & ElevationFront Sight Type :
Flip-up - Adjustable PostManufacture:
Heckler & Koch (Licensed) / Umarex USA / Elite Force / OEM: KWA Heckler & Koch
The U.S. affiliate of firearms maker Heckler & Koch GmbH of Oberndorf, Germany, Heckler & Koch USA is the American distributor of a wide range of technologically advanced small arms for defense, law enforcement, and sporting use. H&K has officially granted a license to Umarex for the H&K MP7. Umarex USA has officially licensed the Heckler & Koch MP7 Personal Defense Weapon.
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About Elite Force / Umarex
Since 1972 Umarex has created a world of adventure for sport shooters, recreational shooters and hunters. Its high-performance, high quality models permit training under highly realistic conditions.
FPS Range: 380-430
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"My mp7, the bbs are just rolling out of the barrel. i just read on another gun description for a shotgun, it said to just tighten the hop up. should i do that? please help i really want to use this gun and i would really appreciate it
This is a great gun to be sure, but let me tell you my experience with it before you decide to buy it.
The cool factor of this gun is off the charts. This was my first gas blow back SMG. I also decided to use propane instead of green gas, which was probably a mistake. Anyhow, after about a month after test firing the airsoft gun, an internal part broke. It was the gas nozzle, which is part of the bolt. I ordered a new one, which wasn't too hard too install, and it was up and running again. I'll tell you, there's nothing like the kick of a KWA MP7. However, after a couple more months, I started to see magazine issues. It was probably the propane, or failure to maintain the magazines. Anyhow, I sold the MP7 soon after. GBB with CO2 is great. With propane, I'd say it most likely ruins the gun. Use green gas if you want to buy this gun.
I have a KWA SR10 now and it's butter. AEGs are the most low-maintenance and provide easier gameplay.
"So I have had this gun for two weeks now and have gotten to go play at my local field twice with it. The indoor field requires below 350 fps. I tried two different methods of lowering the FPS. I tried the stock bolt with a new valve. http://www.evike.com/products/41408/
The Angel Custom FPS Reduction valve worked perfectly lowering my FPS to 348 FPS and the FPS dropped one FPS for every single shot. The other way I tested to reduce FPS was using the MP7 CQB or Low power bolt. http://www.evike.com/products/36454/ The CQB Bolt took my FPS down to about 345. The FPS was super consistent making it very accurate. The only difference between the stock MP7 Bolt and the CQB Bolt is that there is a different valve in it. So changing out the valve in the stock Bolt is a much cheaper option and better as long as you are willing to tear down the bolt and replace the valve. The Valve is about $14 where as the CQB Bolt is around $44. There was a bigger reason behind me having to buy the CQB Bolt however. I had the gun for a week and a half and was shooting a magazine through it in my back yard when all of a sudden the gun refused to fire. I Locked the bolt back to see nothing wrong. I took apart the gun and got into the bolt and found out that the Main seal had been torn to shreds. I am still unaware of how this happened. I had just used a new brand of green gas that day for the first time but I don't think that had anything to do with it. I ended up finding the Main Seal on KWAs website for $5 and $3 for shipping however I needed it that day because I was going to go play with some friends at my local field. Thus I had to drive and hour out to get the MP7 Bolt from a little tiny shop near Houston. http://www.gasblowbackcentral.com/ He mostly does online stuff but if you live somewhat near his store you can drive out there. The address is on his facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/GBBCentral/about/?entry_point=page_-
nav_about_item&ref=page_internal He's a great guy and I really recommend him. By the way when I say tiny shop I mean he is in a tiny trailer house in an 8x7 room. It was extremely hard to find his place but if you aren't on a time crunch you can just order from his website. Anyways. This was my first Gas gun and I have to say I am extremely impressed. It's fully ambidextrous making it easy to handle from the left hand or the right hand. The stock has a bit of wobble but it's nothing that bad at all. When the grip is deployed it has a bit of forward and backward play but not too much. The fire selector snaps it place very nicely but when it is there it can wobble about a quarter of an inch up and down. The gun weighs about three pounds and fifteen ounces without a magazine. An empty magazine ways about fourteen and seven eighths of an ounce. A full magazine with green gas and 40x 20gram bbs weighs about fifteen and five eighths of an ounce. The flip up MP7 sights are made very well with the pistol sights and rifle sights. The pistol sights are marked with white paint that makes them very easy to use. I would recommend using a red dot though. It helped me play a whole lot better then second time around. Most of the gun is polymer with the exception of the rails, barrel, orange flash hider, iron sights, stock buffer tube thingy, and pretty much all of the internals. The biggest con to this gun is the price of the magazines http://www.evike.com/products/31911/ They are bout $55 for a single brand new magazine. I bought four of these magazines and I could have bought a decent AEG for that price. But none the less, these magazines are very high quality and made of very heavy duty metal. So fare the seals have been very good as well. While I was playing with it at my local field for the first time, I took off running and one of the magazines flew out of my pouch and smacked hard on the ground. Upon inspection there was barely even a scratch on the magazine, no seal had been broken and it still fed flawlessly. The Magazines are double stack magazines so they have a high capacity of 40 rounds. This means you really have to be careful about ammo and you have to buy quite a few of these expensive magazines. One other minor con is that it can be hard to find a good magazines pouch for these mags. I tried using my condor m4 tripple magazine pouch which resulted in a magazine flying out while running. But there is a tight strap within the pouch that is at just the right height for the lip three fourths of the way down the magazine to fit snuggly underneath so it doesn't fly out. But it does make it much harder to pullout while in a fight. There is a Condor triple magazine pouch that fits these magazines but from what I have heard, the weight of the magazines causes it to flop forward and make it harder to run. I myself am still on the search for a good magazine pouch that fits tight for these magazines. Also one other thing with these magazines is that on semi auto, one gas fill should last 2 and maybe 3 times if you're lucky. The retractable stock was extremely convenient. Sometimes I would run it with no stock and use it like a hand gun and other times I would run it like a full sized rifle. So I absolutely loved this feature. For those that want a one to one scale replica of the real MP7, do not get this. This is a 75% scale. Personally I think the size is perfect. I like how small it is, but it's also not too small. I absolutely love the sound of this gun and the kick. The kick is no where near a real gun obviously but made it feel really nice and a lot more lively than any electric gun. The sound also added to the liveliness of the gun and I absolutely love it for that. The recoil is just enough to give it a satisfying kick and also not put you off target too much. Maintenance is extremely easy on this gun because it is super simple to take apart. Just pop two pins out in the back and take out the bolt, grease it and put it back in. Done. Here's a link to a disassembly video of this gun. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZvmB97pGIE&list=WL&-
index=59 I've also heard that this gun lasts forever and needs very minimal maintenance. Anyways! For my very first GBB gun I am extremely pleased. I would give it a 5/5 only if the magazines were a bit more affordable, there were more magazine pouch options and I didn't have a problem with the main seal in the bolt being torn to shreds. But I would recommend this gun to anyone getting into gas blow back guns. Very satisfied customer!
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