H&K MP7 GBB
The detailed marking, performance and feel of this sub-machine Airsoft gun is simply amazing. 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. 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.
Full H&K Trades
Two position telescopic retractable stock.
Folding vertical grip.
Adjustable iron sight.
H&K engraved trade-mark.
Great accuracy and range.
Selector automatic and semi-automatic.
Power : Green Gas / Propane Adapter
Optic Compatible Picatinny Rail
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Manual.
Rear Sight Type : Flip-up - Dual Aperture - Adj. for Windage & Elevation
Front Sight Type : Flip-up - Adjustable Post
Muzzle Velocity : 380-430FPS
Overall Length : 380mm / 590mm (stock fully extended)
Magazine Capacity : 48 rounds
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While the sport of Airsoft is designed to be enjoyed by all ages, ignoring proper safety practices can turn a day of fun into a tragedy. Todays modern airsoft guns are capable of firing a BB at velocities that can and will penetrate fabric and skin, causing serious injury. Always wear "Full Seal" eye protection and observe proper weapon handling practices such as keeping the weapon on "safe" and cleared with the magazine out to prevent accidental discharge. REMEMBER!! Safety begins with the shooter!!