The new Well R4 MP7 Electric 260 FPS AEG Airsoft Rifle combines firepower and comfort and delivers unbelievable performance. While coming with a firing velocity of 260 FPS, an adjustable hop up, and a full metal gear box, this Airsoft version of the real thing is sure to become an instant favorite. The H&K MP7 is the next generation Sub Machine Gun that will be replacing the H&K MP5. It has a high velocity caliber bullet that is armor piercing rounds. The MP7 is classified as a personal defense weapon (PDW). It went into production in 2001. The current version is the MP7A1. It is compact and light using polymers in its construction. The proliferation of high-quality body armor has begun to make guns that fire pistol ammunition (such as HK's earlier MP5 or USP) ineffective. In response to this trend, HK designed the MP7 (along with the brand new UCP, which uses the same ammunition) to penetrate body armor, but small enough to be used in place of either a pistol or a submachine gun.
The MP7 essentially operates like a scaled-down assault rifle, with the same action as HK's G36. It fires a specially designed, armor-piercing round with a muzzle velocity nearly as high as that of the 5.56 x 45 mm NATO round used by many modern rifles. This ammunition is unique among submachine guns in that the bullet is made almost entirely of a hardened steel penetrator instead of softer brass or lead. The ammunition is virtually exclusive to the gun (save for the H&K UCP and a planned variant of the Brugger & Thomet MP-9) and also offers low recoil. The round also has a small diameter (it can almost be described as a scaled down .223 Remington), allowing for high capacity in a very small magazine. Even though the round is much smaller in diameter than a 9 mm bullet, its special properties give it comparable stopping power. The projectile is designed to tumble in tissue after penetrating body armor, thus causing more damage than a bullet of this size would normally do. But this is still a point of widespread discussion since the MP7 and its specially designed ammunition have yet to prove themselves in action.
The weapon allows a conventional 20-round or 40-round box magazine to be fit within the pistol grip (the former being comparable in size to a 15-round 9 mm magazine, while the latter compares to a 30-round 9 mm magazine). The weapon features an ambidextrous fire-select lever and rear cocking grip. It has an extendable stock and a folding front grip. It can be fired either one-handed or two-handed. The MP7 is marketed as a direct competitor to the FN P90. Some observers make the distinction that the MP7 is closer to a true machine pistol than a submachine gun. The FN P90 features a simpler straight blowback design that fires with a closed breech, so there is no rotating bolt or gas system, but it is bulkier and heavier than the MP7.
Electric Airsoft Rifles use batteries as their power source, they're usually fully automatic, and they shoot very fast. If you are looking for continuous fire fun, this is the type of Airsoft Gun for you - just hold down the trigger and watch those BBs stream out, one after the other, in a straight, swift line - which means fun and entertainment, plain and simple. This Electric Airsoft Rifle doesn't require any pumping just simply point and shoot. This is a high end electric Airsoft gun. We highly recommend that you use .20g BBs or better to ensure longer gun life and better play. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this Airsoft gun.
- Adjustable Hop Up
- Integrated RIS Foregrip
- Full Metal Gear Box
- Folding Forward Vertical Grip
- Top Rail Mount
- Battery and Charger Included
- Firing Velocity: 260 FPS with .20g BBs
- Battery: 7.2v 450 mAh NiMh
- Magazine Capacity: 50 Round
- Shooting Range: 150-200 ft.
- Type: Electric
Average Customer Rating is 5 out of 5 stars
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Name: Sir Jared Hindu Mcdingle Ragay Bon Bono Hoobalooboo IV
Date: November 12, 2011
This gun is amazing... just like my name. A few flaws such as it really only shoots around 240 fps, but not a major difference. The gun itself weighs about a couple lb's and DONT DO NOT use .12 or it breaks the gears.