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Umarex Legends M712 BB Pistol, WWII Limited Edition

Full Metal & Full Auto Blowback, Limited to 500 units
  • Code: 2280006 · .177 · 360 fps
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Replica airguns are a speciality of Umarex and the Legends M712 just might be the paragon of all firearm lookalikes. This is the limited edition WWII version (limited to just 500 pistols!). Much like anyone who owns a real M712, this limited edition version is lovely recreated to look battle worn. There were several variations of this pistol (commonly called the "Broomhandle Mauser" because the grip looks like a broom handle) and this is a copy of the Schnellfeuer (German for fast or rapid fire) version of the pistol which was produced from 1932 to 1936. Pick up this amazing firearm lookalike and limited edition replica while you can.

Legends M712 pistol, Limited Edition WWII Version Features
  • Limited to 500 units worldwide
  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • Full-/semi-auto
  • Blowback*
  • 18rd removable BB magazine
  • Manual safety
  • Fixed front sight
  • Elevation-adjustable rear sight
  • Plastic grips
  • Single-action
  • Full metal

*The blowback on the M712 CO2 pistol functions the same as it does on the firearm. There's no slide. The only thing that moves is the bolt. The purpose of the bolt's movement is to cock the hammer (because this is a single-action pistol).
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  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 360 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Semiautomatic/Full-auto
  • Barrel Style Smooth bore
  • Fire Mode Repeater
  • Gun Weight 3.10
  • Overall Length 12.00
  • Barrel Length 5.50
  • Loudness 4-Medium-High
  • Magazine Capacity 18
  • Mechanism CO2
  • Rail No
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Blade
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for elevation
  • Shots per Fill 70
  • Trigger Adjustability 0
  • Trigger Action Single-Action
  • Use Plinking/Fun
  • Warranty 90-day limited warranty
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By Karrie BoothUSAFebruary 15, 2019

What a fun little pistol. It is a bit heavy in the front end but with a little practice it is easily compensated for. Loading the CO2 and BB's are easy but are quickly depleted if you keep firing on auto.(FUN).

Good quality construction and goes well with any WW2 collection.


By RandyJanuary 29, 2019

The first thing that strikes you is the quality and full metal design. The wear adds some nice aesthetics and authenticity, but when you pick this up and hold it you feel the QUALITY! This feels like a firearm, and the action feels genuine too. Firing feels great, and when you try full auto...well, it full auto! I am impressed. A nice collectible, fun to research and talk about, and fun to shoot! Only regret is that I didnt buy a second mag, but I probably will in the future (even though the mags are expensive, you will want another when shooting full auto!)

Quality you can see and feel. Fun to shoot AND learn about!

Extra mags are expensive.

By WilliamUSAJanuary 15, 2019

this thing is awesome. mine is antiqued, love that it looks like it was used in the war. not sure about accuracy cause I have to much fun shooting this thing in full auto. and this thing shoots so fast you'll go through BBs very fast, but you get good usage of the Co2s. I get three good clips. this pistol is worth the price just for the fun, set up a hole bunch of cans and go full auto. you cant beet it.

you can fully tear this down for cleaning and you can add a but stock.

be careful tearing down pay attention. the real wooden buttstock is not really cheap.

By LelanUSAOctober 6, 2018

Have purchased several items and found the service excellent. This is a very nice looking piece and seems well made. Have wanted one for my collection and the WWII edition made it that much better.


By MichaelUSAJune 21, 2018

Handles well. Burns through co2 like crazy.

By MikeApril 17, 2018

I was very pleased with the M-712 I purchased. It is exacting in detail (with the exception of a magazine ( it was an aftermarket item ) to the original C96. It was fun punching holes in paper with it, and it's amazingly accurate for a "toy" pistol. Here's a tip You can load faster by pulling the spring down past the holding stop and put the BB's in there using the fast loader. It takes a little practice, but really reduces turn around time for reloading. I do wish that Umarex would come up with a spring retainer for loading, and incorporate a CO2 cut off when the BB's run out to save the gas for shooting. It does eat up a lot of CO2 cartridges. All in all the sheer fun and wow factor benefits so far outweigh the negatives it's like the negatives don't really exist.

All around fun and economical to shoot. It's accurate enough at normal combat ranges of 15' - 20' that it can be a cheap way to keep actual target skills honed.

Uses a lot of CO2 cartridges. No instructions come with it to show the optimum way to reload magazine fast and efficiently. Umarex does not have a retainer device to facilitate reloading of the magazine by holding down the spring. Does not have a CO2 cutoff to stop cycling with no BB's in the Magazine.

By RON G.March 13, 2018




By K.C.USAFebruary 28, 2018

This may be the only model of the Broom-handle Mauser that is actually fun to shoot. There is a belief that Winston carried a version of the gun while in service to the empire in the Boer War. I have to believe he would be pleased with the spot on accuracy of this reproduction. The balance is quite good and fit to hand is perfect for my grip. I am uncertain as to why this particular model would commemorate WWII. The "Luger" and Walther were actually in common use. That said, I seldom figure that purchase of any "toy" will be meaningful long term. This item could defeat the supposition. IT is NOT a toy. It is a weapon. It is in a limited number, well made and has a secondary meaning of consequence. It is fun to shoot, acceptably accurate and seems to be durable. I am pondering a second full auto version just to have a shooter. I am also considering having a wooden grip made. The only shortfall of the gun is the plastic grip. I am sure it is a cost based compromise.

Fun to shhot. Functions well. Looks and operates like the real version.

Magazine is a bother to load. Plastic hand-grip.

By JohnUSAJanuary 10, 2018

I have the real thing, but in semi auto only. Looks and weight are very close. In semi-auto it functions well and fairly accurate for an air gun. The auto function is FUN to shoot, but it sure likes to eat BB's. Get an extra mag or two.

Looks and shoots like the real thing. I am very pleased with it. Order an extra magazine, on full auto you are going to need it.

Their have been several reviews about the way the barrel is attached with one small screw. So far mine seems tight. Loading the magazine is slow. It could use a keeper to hold the tension spring while loading. I had a few jams at first, but found by using all steel BB's, I have not had any more problems

By MIKEUSAJune 6, 2017

Just got this gun and like it much better than the ledgends mp40.. this little pistol is very accurate and looks great...uses lots of co2 but its worth it...very few bb jams..... only thing is when you are running low on co2 be careful even if you have the gun on semi auto..its goes to auto and just spits bbs out and uses rest of co2... change before it runs out or you will waste a magazine of bbs that dont reach the target

realistic.. lots of fun

only has 18 shot mag....goes to full auto even when you have it on semi when co2 is running low

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