In keeping with the accuracy standards set by Umarex, the German MP40 submachine gun is no exception. With a 60 round magazine and full auto capability, this .177 caliber BB rifle promises hours of fun! Utilizing two 12 gram CO2 cartridges, simply select full or semi-automatic firing, and mow down tin cans like never before.
The original MP40 was first developed in 1940 for a select few assigned to the German paratroopers regiment and then later became the standard submachine gun for the Wehrmacht infantry. The Legends MP40 is a faithful replica that will transport you back in time the minute you pick it up. The full metal body and folding shoulder stock highlights the realistic feel. The hooded front sight and adjustable rear sight stay true to the original design and keep your eyes on the prize.
For fans of WWII military arms, this legendary gun can finally be yours!
Umarex Legends MP submachine Gun Features
- Two firing modes: Full-Auto and Semi-Auto
- Uses (2) 12-gram CO2 cartridges
- 60 rd BB magazine (.177 caliber)
- Full metal
- Fixed front sight
- Adjustable rear sight for elevation
- Folding stock
- Manual safety
Please Note: Do not use Air Venturi or H&N Smart Shot BB's, as they will fail to feed through the magazine for this specific model
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity450 fps
- Ammo TypeBBs
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight7.7
- Overall Length24.5
- Barrel Length10
- Front SightsPost
- Rear SightsAdjustable for elevation
- Warranty90-day limited warranty
LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE THE REAL THING!
WILL BE BUYING ANOTHER ONE SOON!
GI JOHN'S MILITARY SURPLUS
Only fault , will jam with a full mag. I read on line not to exceed 48 BBs which cured the problem
I do continue to have feed problems with the magazine no matter what type and brand of bb i try. If iload the mag at under 20 bbs this does seem to eliminate that problem.
This is a realistic replica of the real mp 40 well built and a quality gun.
I would like to be able to dispatch in one shot but my aim not as good as their speed.
The little varmints know when I come out the door and are ready, boy are they in for a surprise. Have already ran about 700 steel
BB's through and I am impressed with the aim and power. But I know how them buggers will move just as I pull the trigger ,now I can follow them with 50 more BB'S in a heart beat. You can't miss!
The co2 cartridges lasted for 5-6 magazines. The only issue I had with it was loading bbs. The tab to pull back the spring should lock in place to make loading the bbs easier. Its difficult to hold with just your fingers. Also, the bbs stack in a staggered fashion, which is not always even.
Other than that I would highly recommend it.
I have tried different brand bb's but the problem seems to be the design of the mag itself. It could be a one-off problem though with the magazine...but I have no way of knowing since I only have the one mag and nothing to compare it too. Thought about buying an additional mag but they are pretty expensive.
I returned it for evaluation and it was shipped back to me QUICKLY!
When the new one (or old one repaired? No note.) was tried; same problem.
I called AIRGUNDEPOT service number and was
excellently helped by Casey (good guy!!).He was patient with me as I tried to get it to work step-by-step.
Finally, he figured out that the manual has a misprint...
The magazine must have BBs loaded to get the airgun to function!!! (This May have been the
problem w/ the 1st airgun!)
I loaded a magazine and the FUN started!!
All metal construction the folding stock deploys very nice
There appears to be some rough edges in the magazine internal metal feed area preventing the smooth and consistant ammo feed. Can this be remedied with a defect free replacement magazine? Or any other troubleshooting that I have not tried. I have checked, cleaned and used airgun lubricant with no change.