- AGM MP40 AEG (AGM-MP007 - Black)SKU: 211004£164.99
- AGM MP40 Series Low Cap Magazine (50 Rounds - Black)SKU: 310014£15.99
- SRC MP40 280 ROUNDS MAGAZINESKU: 510362£24.99
- AGM MP40 AEG (AGM-MP007 - Blue)SKU: 212138£194.99
- AGM MP40 AEG (Faux Wood - AGM-MP007)SKU: 210011£169.99
- AGM MP40 AEG (Blue) (AGM-007-BLUE)SKU: 210012£194.99
MP40 airsoft full metal
The MP40 Airsoft full metal airsoft gun is perfect for those looking for an authentic WWII-era experience. It is powered by green gas and has a rate of fire of up to 800 rounds per minute. It is also very accurate and has a range of up to 100 feet. It is very easy to use and maintain, making it a great option for those new to the airsoft hobby.
A full metal MP40 is renowned for its durability. This is largely due to a sturdy body that shows small signs of wear and tear, even when used extensively. It generally weighs more than other non-metal models of the same airsoft, which are just under 3kg. Most models use a plastic grip cover and lower receiver. These are the two parts replaced with metal ones in this model.
MP40 airsoft blowback
The MP40 Airsoft does not present any blowback issues. This is the same when used in automatic mode. There are no external moving parts when shooting. This is what would result in blowback when shots are fired.
MP40 airsoft co2
The MP40 Airsoft Co2 weighs just over 3.5 kilograms when the magazine is loaded. The magazine is responsible for about 600 grams of this weight. It shoots at a velocity of 295 feet per second. When the Co2 is used, it gives off a recoil that is slightly more noticeable than when using green gas.
MP40 airsoft accuracy
The MP40 Airsoft is quite accurate when shooting in full auto mode. It delivers a tight grouping of shots fired in short succession. This is also helped by the hop-up system that is adjustable. With a bit of practice, it is possible to achieve headshots at distances of up to 50 metres.
MP40 airsoft range
The MP40 Airsoft has an effective range of approximately 100 feet or 30 metres when shooting in full auto mode. It is possible to achieve better range with careful shooting. It's also worth noting that the farther the target is from the shooter, the harder it becomes to hit it consistently.
MP40 airsoft spring
The MP40 airsoft spring is a simple and reliable design. It’s also very easy to disassemble and clean. The MP40 airsoft spring is a high-quality replica that can fire up to 480 rounds per minute. This type of airsoft is powered by six AA batteries that are placed in the stock.
MP40 airsoft cheap
The MP40 airsoft is a reasonably priced airsoft gun. It is a little more expensive than some of the other spring-powered airsoft guns on the market and cheaper than electric or gas-powered models.
The MP40 Airsoft is an excellent choice for those looking for a durable, full metal airsoft gun. It is also very easy to use and maintain, making it a great option for those new to the airsoft hobby. It fires at a rate of 480 rounds per minute, making it perfect for close-quarters combat.
MP40 airsoft electric
The electric model of the MP40 airsoft is nearly identical to the spring-powered model. The main difference is that it’s powered by a rechargeable battery. This type of airsoft is perfect for those looking for an easy-to-use gun that doesn’t require any additional fuel or ammunition. It also offers a higher rate of fire than the spring-powered model, reaching up to 600 rounds per minute.
Airsoft MP40 gas
The gas model of the MP40 airsoft is very similar to the electric model, with a few key differences. First, it’s powered by green gas, which can be purchased separately. Second, it has a higher rate of fire than the electric model, reaching up to 800 rounds per minute. It’s slightly more expensive than the electric model but still less expensive than the full-metal model.
The magazines available for the MP40 airsoft are made of metal or plastic. They can hold 24+ rounds each. The metal ones are slightly more expensive than the magazines available for other airsoft guns.
Caution is advised when replacing the magazine because forcing it back in can result in jamming. This will often happen with metal models and they may then break as you try to pull out your gun for correct installation--the wrong way!