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KWA H&K MP7 GBB Pistol Airsoft Gun (Licensed by Umarex)
[05635 / 102-00501 / 2279020]
$254.99
by T. MARTIN Date Added: Wednesday 13 November, 2013
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From what I learned so far about this gun is festinating. The fact that people rarely modify the inside since it's so well built clearly shows it's a great weapon of choice. Simple outside modifications like suppressors and scope are basic yet great since airsoft is mainly looks to most people. The true purpose of the MP7 was to conceal and draw for quick and immediate situations. Basically replacing the uzi for security or undercover situations. But normally people don't use it for side arms which I wouldn't either.

Pros:
This gun is perfect for CQB situations. You can carry light gear and still do great. Normally, people would just carry four mags with this gun in games and they last the entire day. It's light, so you can get around corners and aim down the sight quickly, which many people including me love. There's no issues from which I looked up where people had problems getting around corners or constant gun malfunctions. Gas or electric, this is a great gun to use for light loadouts such as PMC or Cosplay like Army of Two.

Cons:
People who I asked for personal use experience and opinions on the gun always told me to not use it for milsim or any outdoor games. They complain of the gun not being powerful enough to hit further enemies unlike CQBs which are normally a good 20-40 feet away. I have seen people constantly take off the folding grip cause it's annoying to them when they aren't using it. Mainly when people use this gun, they put it on semi-auto since it can eat up ammo fairly quickly. It also tends to fly off course if outdoors.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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KWA H&K MP7 GBB Pistol Airsoft Gun (Licensed by Umarex)
[05635 / 102-00501 / 2279020]

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