WWII saw many new inventions in the realm of war and the zenith of the submachine gun. This MP41 Submachine Gun is a stunning replica of a German-made submachine gun that was used by both Germany and its allies in WWII. The MP41 is actually a variant of the earlier-designed MP40, with the MP41 possessing both a fire selector and a wooden stock. The MP41 saw a limited run of production, although enough were produced that it was typically a common weapon with the Waffen-SS, as well as with some German allies. This impressive replica features a wooden stock and metal parts, as well as a working bolt trigger and fire selector switch. The magazine even ejects! The end result is that holding this firearm gives you the impression that you are holding the real thing! This version features a small cut-out in the stock which allows for a shoulder sling to be attached at a later date, although one is not included. This impressive replica measures approximately 34 inches long. With its insanely realistic look and feel, this MP41 Submachine Gun makes for a great decoration and display piece. Plus, its realistic look makes it the perfect weapon to carry when you plan on participating in a stage production or reenactment that needs such a high degree of realism.
- A Detailed Replica of the German MP41 Submachine Gun
- Possesses a Realistic Look and Feel
- Trigger Mechanism and Select Fire Switch Work
- Has an Ejecting Magazine
- A Non-Firing Replica
- A Great Collectible, Prop, or Gift Idea
- Made from a Zinc Alloy
- Features a Wood Stock
- Length: 34 Inches
- Weight: 7 lbs.