Very Rare Metal Marushin
German Maschinenpistole MP41 Submachinegun
All metal with real wood stock
Full metal with real wood stock and same about weight (4.1Kg) as the real thing!
Functions, Fires, Fieldstrips exactly like the real thing !
Select Fire: Like the real MP41 the Marushin MP41 can be fired on semi (single shot) or full Auto !
Last produced over thirty years ago these are very rare hard to come by. A superb rare blowback replica SMG
Appears unfired and receiver / carrier bolt and all internals in superb condition
Butt-stock has a light hairline fracture (please see photos above) which is cosmetics only and has no affect at all on handling or using the MP41.
Includes: Original box (inside a bit scruffy), copy of original instructions, carry sling, 32rd magazine, 6x reusable 9mm blowback cartridges.
Made August 1980. Very rare!
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Extra 9mm blowback blank cartridges : €15.45 / £12.25 per box ( 1 box = 5 cartridges)
PFC fire caps : €10.85 / £8.50 per box (1 box of PFC caps for 100 shot)
9mm Real Look `Dummy` Bullets: €28.85 / £21.95 Eight real look / size 9mm dummy bullets
9mm Double PFC Primer Cap blowback cartridges: €4.05 / £3.45 each (reusable / takes 2x PFC primer caps). These are a new design / light weight. Half the weight a standard cartridge and internally built for maximum force giving more flash from the 2x PFC caps, kickback and power from a lighter more powerful cartridge
9mm Lightweight/ Mild kick blowback cartridges: €3.80 / £3.20 each (reusable / takes 1x PFC primer cap). These are a new design / light weight. Half the weight a standard cartridge and internally built for maximum force giving more kickback and power from a lighter more powerful cartridge over a standard cartridge.
The MP41 (Machine Pistol 41) is a modified version of the MP40. The MP40 is a follow-on to the MP38. The MP 38 was the first machine pistol issued to the German army since WW1. The MP38 was designed and manufactured from 1938 to 1940 by ERMA. The MP40 and MP40/I were cost reduced versions of the MP38. The MP40s were made by a number of firms and subcontractors from 1940 to 1944. The MP41 was credited to Schmeisser the plant manager at Haenl. For that reason, anything that looked like an MP41 has been called a Schmeisser. All three fired 9mm Para. ammo.
Calibre: 9mm Parabellum
Length overall: 830mm
Length of barrel: 245mm
Muzzle velocity: 381 ms-1
Magazine capacity: 32 rounds
Maximum effective (combat) range: 70m
Rate of fire: 500 rpm cyclic
The MP41, manufactured by Haenel, was used by Germany's paramilitary police units, which had long been armed with wooden stocked MP28 's. The wooden stocks allowed the butts to be used as clubs in riot situations. The MP41 was identical to the MP40 in all respects other than the difference in stocks.