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Umarex Legends MP40 BB Submachine Gun

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The Legends series by Umarex has brought historic firearms to life as some of the most accurate air gun replicas to date. In keeping with the accuracy standards set by Umarex, the German MP40 submachine gun is no exception. With a 52 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
  • Blowback
  • 52 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
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Specs
  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 450 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type BBs
  • Action Semiautomatic/Full-auto
  • Barrel Style Smooth bore
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 7.70
  • Overall Length 24.50
  • Barrel Length 10.00
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Post
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for elevation
  • Shots per Fill 0
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 90-day limited warranty
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Reviews
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4.5128 Reviews
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5.0
By ScottJune 26, 2022

Get one they are cheap fun!

Pros
Great replica full auto you can shoot for little to nothing for hours. Great sound and feel. For those with loading issues take an old CO2 cartridge and cut the end off and drill out the tip to the size of a BB to make a loading funnel. Works great! Also add 2 dimes between the CO2 cartridges when loading for a snug fit

Cons
Needs larger CO2 capacity

3.0
By chrisJune 18, 2022

Pros
if using the suggested bbs the jamming stop but the power is weak.i dont beleive its 450fps,the bbs bounce off a basketball,no penetration.looks very good and has a realistic feel.

Cons
weak

4.0
By RobertApril 26, 2022

Pros
People with magazines/co2 problem: Put your CO2 in the magazine, then when you go to puncture, hold the magazine up to your ear so you can hear the sound of the CO2 puncture it's very quiet, then very gently unscrew until you hear air leaking, once you have confirmed that the co2s are punctured by hearing the CO2 leak gently tighten until the leak stops and you'll be good to go

4.0
By RobertApril 26, 2022

Pros
People with magazines/co2 problem: Put your CO2 in the magazine, then when you go to puncture, hold the magazine up to your ear so you can hear the sound of the CO2 puncture it's very quiet, then very gently unscrew until you hear air leaking, once you have confirmed that the co2s are punctured by hearing the CO2 leak gently tighten until the leak stops and you'll be good to go

5.0
By Don Thomas----Bend, OregonMarch 28, 2022 Verified Purchase

Won't feed in semi or full auto, even with pulling back charging handle each time-----WHY???????

Pros
Great reproduction

Cons
my response see below

5.0
By Lisa USAMarch 26, 2022 Verified Purchase

Pros
Came sooner then expected

Cons
I think 3 co2's would make a big difference

5.0
By DouglasUSAFebruary 21, 2022

Nothing

Pros
I have owned the M40 and the M1A1 Thompson BB guns for about two years now and they are fun to shoot! I do not have any problems with the Crossman C02 cartages. But I do like the silver BBs they seem to work better especially with the M1A1 Thompson. I did have a problem, I kept having to reload the darn things so I bought three extra clops for each BB gun. It was a big pain the reload 4 clips all of the time BBs everywhere especially trying to hold the spring-loaded BB nub catch to stay open while loading. So, I designed a way to load the clips very fast, it only takes a few seconds (about 3sec each clip) with no spilled BBs. I also bought a longer Allen wrench because it was difficult to judge when the C02 cartridges were punctured. I friend and war game with Plaster of Paris WWII tanks (look on YouTube “mrdstony” to see those tanks 1/35 scale), anyway we needed a close in weapon for out game and the legends guns are prefect.

Cons
Sometimes the guns seem to jam after about several hundred rounds or after the silicon oil builds up after repeated C02 a little spray of WD40 seems to clear it up, just remember to use the silicon oil after shooting on the seals of the gum.

5.0
By JONATHANUSAJanuary 15, 2022 Verified Purchase

Get extra mags, alot of Co2 if you get jams just fix it and keep going no big deal. test your item upon receipt for functionality so you may exchange it before warranty expires. then you can go ahead and display it like i have.

Pros
great replica! would purchase again. weight and feel is awesome. functions as it should and what you would expect from a bb gun. recommend.

Cons
jams do happen, but its just a bb gun so correct and move on. eats Co2 but yeah it blowback ofcourse.

1.0
By DanUSAJanuary 13, 2022

Dont buy until they fix the magazine. They know it doesnt work and sell it to you anyway instead of fixing it. A sign of a bad company.

Pros
Gun part is good but magazine still has issues. Im on my second mag and uts worse that the original. They both horrible and dont feed most of the time. It doesnt matter if you stagger the bbs or not

Cons
doesnt work. Steel storm is only good umarex. Not steel force .Steel storm

3.0
By DavalynUSAJanuary 11, 2022 Verified Purchase

I followed the included directions to a "t"! After loading the CO2 cartridges and installing the piercing screw with the hex wench I attempted to dry fire before loading to "ensure the cartridges were seated and pierced", as per the directions. It specifically read "do not load BBs until a dry fire produces a popping sound". Wouldn't work, so I tightened more. Gave up, removed screw allowing drainage of CO2 and found the O ring busted from overtightening. Called Umarex, they told me the manual was wrong, IT WON'T FIRE WITHOUT A BB! If the manual was correct this wouldn't have occurred!The O rings, piercing screw are back ordered, no ETA. I was told to try back in a couple of weeks to check again. I offered to prepay and have it shipped when it arrived."We don't do that, you'll have to call back" was the response. So, disregard the dry shot part and load the magazine, consider the crappy customer service when considering this item. My friend's worked great, he didn't read the directions

Pros
Shooting my friend's exact duplicate.

Cons
Not being able to shoot mine and having to purchase a new magazine so I could.

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Had trouble with 3 MP40 mags, sent them in for repairs to UMAREX customer service in Jan.1,2o22, i call back every month, they claim out of stock!---BUT, i can get new mags all day long at Airgun Depot--Why is this???

asked Don from USA

Make it easy to load the bbs---use a nail to hold back the follower spring & lock it in place--then dribble in the bbs.

asked Don from USA

can the white lettering on side be scraped off or is it etched in

asked JASON from USA

Do Crosman co2 cartridges work with this model? I have heard they might be problematic with this gun. Any thoughts?

asked Jeremiah from USA

Saw an empty Crosman CO2 cartridge in half, and you will know why not to use Crosman. Full of thick sticky grease Use Daisy, much better, Also Crosman BB's are a no go as well

Raymond from USA

What can be done to keep magazines from jamming

asked allen from USA

A touch of dry graphite works wonders mine went from jam-o-matic to flawless full auto mag dumps

Raymond from USA

Umarex or daisy bb s work fine, Umarex has a list of the do not use brands. Be sure the bbs stager In the magazine exact with no uneven spaces, a drop of gun oil at the top and bottom of the bb channel in the mag coating the bb s slightly, this can compromise shot grouping but guarantee dumping a full 52 shot mag in less than 3 seconds.

Matt from USA

Use Umarex BB's . Crosmans tend to jam in the MP40 mags.

Mark from USA

What brand of bb's/pellets go best with this?

asked Jorge from USA

The Umarex BB's work well.

Mark from USA

How can I add a laser sight to this? What accessories are necessary?

asked Benjamin from USA

Laser sight on a Classic WW2 subgun? Heretic!

Raymond from USA

No. There are no attachment points.

Mark from USA

Has anyone used plated, copper or zinc bbs with no jams or feed problems?

asked Rick from USA

The black diamond BB's work the best because the zinc BB's are bad for the clip.

Charlie from USA

Crosman BB's are a problem. Most others are fine . Plated or not.

Mark from USA

Does the gun come with Co2 cartridges ?

asked Boyd

Does the gun come with Co2 cartridges ?

asked Boyd

Hello, can you buy extra magazine for this MP 40? Thanks

asked JOE

Yes

Gabe from USA

Is the co2 location in the magazine where the BBs go also??

asked C

can a HPA tank be used with this gun

asked james

Purchased two but both came with wrong key wey to puncture co2 . What is the correct size.

asked Joseph from USA

The key provided to set the co2 is incorrect. What is the correct size?

asked Joseph from USA

How can i get the screwcap that go's with the magazine that tightens down the co2 bottles

asked Steve Kunze
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