Heckler & Koch MP7A1
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|Weapon, Class 2|
|Heckler & Koch MP7A1|
|Fire modes||Semi/Full (AutoROF 8)|
|Barrel length (inches)||7.1|
|Feeding system||Box magazine|
|+1 round in chamber?||Yes|
|Critical failure type||Failure to eject|
|Stock type||Retractable (RS)|
|Shop value / Rarity||1000 (Rarity 2)|
|Standard:||MP7 20-round magazine|
|Optics||NATO Short mount|
|Lights||2x Short interface|
|Real world information|
|Manufacturer||Heckler & Koch GmbH|
|Country of origin||Germany|
| "Officially, the MP7A1 is classified as a submachine gun. Like its rival, the P90, it is better described as a Personal Defense Weapon. Perhaps most famous for being the service weapon of most engineers in the Mazes, the MP7 offers a blend of Uzi and AR-15 ergonomics in a platform designed to accept 20- or 40-round magazines. Although the 4.6x30mm round is weaker than its main competitor, the MP7 is both more durable and more compact, it comes with a foregrip, rails, and a retractable stock out of the box, the ammunition is a little cheaper, and the magazines are much easier to store. And if you really, really want to re-enact your action movie fantasies, you can even dual-wield them..."|
|— Hebizuka (quote written by Space Prius)|
The Heckler & Koch MP7A1 (also called H&K MP7A1, MP7A1 or just MP7) is a 4.6x30mm submachine gun.
This weapon can receive the following minor customization services:
The original foregrip is great and all, but sometimes you want to install something else. Like a bipod.
- Underbarrel interface: Becomes Short interface.
- This weapon (and the MP7A2) belongs to the submachine gun weapon category. Normally, this category is restricted from dual-wielding; however, this weapon is exempted, and can be dual-wielded.