HK MP5 SD6 Kit Airsoft AEG Rifle, Black
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Aside from Glock, Umarex and its brands have procured licenses from many other firearm manufacturers, such as Heckler & Koch. Therefore, Umarex has the exclusive rights to produce a 100% accurate replica of its weapons. The HK MP5 SD6 Kit Airsoft Rifle is one of many H&K airsoft copies. Compared to a standard MP5, this MP5SD6 is a suppressed variant, sporting an integral suppressor that can’t be removed except for replacement of the original. Of course, airsoft guns aren’t much softer with one installed, but this model’s distinctive appearance has some fans. The weapon is made mainly of polymer, though the outer barrel is metal.
The lack of a metal receiver might turn some fans off, but it does make for a lighter SMG. Users of all suitable ages should be able to carry this weapon around. The MP5s in real life were capable of accepting various stock configurations, such as telescoping or fixed stocks. This package contains both an SD6 collapsible and A4 fixed stock accompanying the weapon. Swapping between them takes very little time. You have some original-style H&K iron sights, but this weapon has a short segment of Picatinny rail on the receiver. Mounting a red dot sight is a popular choice for operators worldwide, and you can take a page out of their configurations.
The charging handle locks back in the slot and allows access to the hop-up. As per H&K fashion, it’s primarily designed for right-handed users. That doesn’t mean the fire control group isn’t, as the fire selector is ambidextrous. The magazine release is the same, as it’s only a small piece of material that both thumbs can access immediately.
- 315 FPS with 0.20g BBs
- 250 rounds in the magazine
- Officially licensed by Heckler & Koch
- Adjustable hop-up
- Two stocks included
- Battery and charger not included
- Semi-auto, full-auto, and safe modes