Umarex HK MP7A1 AEG – New Improved
The Umarex HK MP7A1 AEG is the first officially licensed electric powered MP7 that can stand toe-to-toe against standard AEGs. The new and improved MP7 sports impressive power, rate of fire, and a built-in MOSFET out of the box. This light-weight Airsoft AEG Gun, high speed, low profile PDW was developed to be the ultimate close quarter engagement weapon; perfect to run as your primary CQB gun or as a highly effective backup for snipers or crew served weapon gunners.
Umarex HK MP7A1 AEG: Combines Performance And Convenience
Finally an MP7 that combines the performance of the gas version with the convenience of the AEP version. Additional features include a fully retractable stock and folding vertical grip to make the weapon as compact as possible, quick target acquisition pistol style sights that flip up to precision rifle sights, a quick change spring system for easy FPS tuning, and a magazine cut-off feature that stops the weapon from firing once the magazine runs empty. It’s the first officially licensed electric powered MP7 that can stand toe-to-toe against standard AEGs.
The Heckler & Koch MP7 was designed to meet NATO requirements for a new type of weapon as well as cartridge that would help bridge the gap between a sub-machine gun and a rifle. The criteria was to develop a weapons platform that was compact enough for vehicle crews and security details while having the ability to punch through body armor. This new type of weapons system would in turn be labeled as a Personal Defense Weapon or PDW for short.
Specifications Of The Umarex HK MP7A1 AEG
- Brand: Umarex
- Powered by AEG
- Made Out Of Metal
- Adjustable Hop-Up
- Semi Auto And Full Auto
- Magazine Capacity of 165 Rounds
- Color: Black
Umarex HK MP7A1 AEG: More About Umarex
Umarex is the world’s largest manufacturer of over-the-counter firearm replicas and the largest importer of air guns in Europe. Founded in 1972, the mid-sized company is now run by the second generation of the two founding families. It has approximately 1,000 employees worldwide. The key to the company’s success has been the acquisition of licenses to build replicas of well-known weapons, which then can be sold without restrictions.