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Heckler & Koch MP7A1

A possible weapon for a late-date Morrow Project or Atlantis Project


The HK MP7 is a Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) ; such specialized weapons are intended to be a defensive sidearm for vehicle crews and other personnel whose duties would be hampered by full-sized assault rifles.

The MP7A1 fires a round that is specifically designed to penetrate body armor. This 4.6x30mm ammunition consists of a hardened steel armor-piercing round with a full metal jacket . Bullet weight is 1.6 gram (25 grains) and the muzzle velocity is 725 m/s (ca. 2400 fps). H & K claims that it will achieve 100% penetration of CRISAT body armor (1.6mm of Titanium plus 20 layers of Kevlar) at a range of 200 meters.


MP 4th Edition statistics

NAME Heckler & Koch MP7A1
CAL. 4.6×30 mm
WT. (EMPTY) 1.9kg
BARREL 180 mm (7.1 in)
LENGTH 590 mm (23.2 in)/ 380 mm (15.0 in)
EFF. RNG. 200m
MAX. RNG. 2012m
TYPE OF FIRE Selective fire: single shot, 3-rd burst, full auto
RATE OF FIRE 200 rounds/min CYCLIC 950 rounds/min
FEED DEVICE 20 rd magazine (40 rd available)
BASIC LOAD 20 magazines (400 rounds)
LOAD WT. 6.8kg
TOTAL WT. 8.7kg
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS Used by security forces around the world, The MP7 essentially operates like a scaled-down assault rifle, with the same action as HK’s G36. It fires a specially designed, armour-piercing round with a high muzzle velocity. This ammunition is made almost entirely of a hardened steel penetrator instead of softer brass or lead – and is designed to ‘tumble’ within the target.

The MP7 holster carries the weapon, a silencer and 2 magazines.


And here is an instructional video

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