Reviews: Matrix MP007 MP40 WWII Full Metal Airsoft AEG Rifle by AGM

$160.00 $145.00

37 Customer Reviews
Model: AEG-MP007B

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by john r. on 2012-03-02 09:52:46
"awsome gun i encouage everybody that wants to buy to buy almost full metal, accurate, and it looks cool
by Thomas C. on 2011-11-22 15:07:31
"I had this gun not to long ago and let me just say that it is by far the sexiest gun I've ever owned. It's absolutely gorgeous, very well constructed, and shoots great! However, my friend broke my gun's magwell so I sent it back and bought an AGM STEN MKII which is another great gun but I missed this gun so much that I'm probably gonna buy another one
by presten h. on 2011-06-27 21:59:18

strong fps


wobbly stock
50 rd mag
by Lynne M. on 2010-12-13 18:08:41
"I got mine in the mail a week ago. It is so awesome!!


almost all full metal
nice ROF


heavy... aobut 7 lbs
pretty wobbly, yet stable
by Chris W. on 2010-03-29 14:54:14
"Great rifle for the price. If you are going with a WWII loadout, I HIGHLY recommend this rifle. While mine still is still on pre order status, I have borrowed one from a field and have fallen in love with it. It's historically accurate (except for safety and fire selector switch) and I have added the available Bakelite imitation side panels and hand grips and they really make this rifle pop out in overall looks.

Accurate to 150'
Metal (good and heavy)
No flimsy parts
Magazines are metal
some metal parts in gearbox (mainly gears but oddly not bushings...)

Magazines are expensive at $15 each
Bushings are plastic and not metal
shimming needs to be redone
Plastic spring guide
design choice of selector switch (wish they would have found someplace else for it or get rid of it.....)

This is of course just me nit picking. Overall, a fantastic replica and a good starter gun to make you stand out from the crowd of G36's and Armalite's.
by James B. on 2010-01-08 15:02:24
"When I got this gun it was nice, good clip size, good fps, doesn't break down. I've had this gun for like 5 months now(forgot to write review earlier) and it hasn't broken once. Overall this is a great gun and i recommend it
by Austin W. on 2009-09-18 22:36:08
"I got mine in the mail today! It felt like a real gun when I first took it out of the box. I'm very satisfied with my purchase. Shoots great!!!!!!
by Collman Y. on 2009-03-11 17:17:44
"Solid mp40 by agm. I got mine and was immediatley happy with it's weight and feel. Although i dont use it much (never) i agree its a nice mid priced aeg. It performs well out of the box and comes with one mag and charger. If you like WWII stuff get this u will be happy you have it around. BOOTY.
by kyle b. on 2009-02-18 17:04:00
"By the way...there is not that much orange tip, its only about an half an inch.

I was playing with my mp-40 the other day and it is leaving welts on people the size of a large marble... now when ever i yell blitzkrieg, the enemy runs the other way. In another short summery this is a very, very good gun. I recommend it to anybody...
by Craig B. on 2009-01-31 11:49:29
"This gun is fantastic. I got one with 2 extra magazines and it could be considered a reenactment piece in my mind. It is naturally heavy, no added weights, and that made it feel more realistic. It took me a while to figure out how to hold the magazine catch when holding the gun. The fold out stock became a little unsturdy after a while, but i pushed the pin back in with some pliers and it is fine now. I recommend you get this gun.
by austin h. on 2009-01-08 01:24:49
"love it world war 2 mp40
i would suggest u get more mags
by kyle b. on 2009-01-06 18:27:56
"Yhis gun i definitely worth its buy...

Pros: very ergonomic
looks great
good accuracy
good rate of fire
others that im not thinking of at the moment

cons: maybe a bit to heavy for the younger folk
nothing else i"ve encountered yet

recommendations: get three extra mp40 55rd mags
get mag pouch to hold extra mags (1 x G&P Sub Machine Gun Triple Magazine Pouch ( OD Green ))

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