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985 GBP  / $1225 USD / 1,155 Euro

LIMITED PRODUCTION

Shoei

WWII German MP44

Dummy Cartridge version

             
                         
             
                         
             
 
             
 

Optional Screw on metal silencer:  165 GBP  /  200 Euro

Custom hand made high quality screw on metal silencer with working internals like the original STG44 silencer used in WWII

Screws straight onto the end of the barrel / works like the real thing with the end point moving in and out.

             
                         
                 

Construction: All metal

Weight: 340g

 

Superb ! !   Shoei WWII German MP44  (dummy cartridge version)

Brand new... limited production Shoei: WWII German MP44 (STG44)  :- Very last ones to come from Shoei !

Shoei have no more MP44's. It could be another two years before they are produced again. We have limited stock - get them while you can !

Very limited production was made (around 100) :  We don't have many so be quick at this price !!

Includes:  Box + field-strip instructions. Ten 7.92mm real look dummy `bullets` that can be fully cycled and ejected, 2x stripper clips and 1x  30rd magazine

Functions,  filed-strips exactly like the real thing !

Construction:  Metal with real wood stock and for grip

Each Shoei MP44 has its own unique serial number and German proof markings (see photos above)

You can load the magazine, chamber and manually eject the real size/ look Shoei MP44 dummy bullets

Everything on the Shoei MP44 operates exactly like it does on a real MP44 !

Possible to be converted to 9mm disposable blank fire : fires on semi and full auto

Weight:   5.2 Kilograms   :   Real thing 5.2 Kilograms

Magazine Capacity:  30rds

We ship internationally.  Please ask for a shipping quote

Any questions please email:   sales@mg-props.co.uk 

Spare Magazines :   54.85 / 46.95 each   (Shoei MP44 magazines in stock)  :   Real MP44 magazines can also be used with the Shoei MP44

Real look Dummy Bullets (5) :  33.25  / 24.95  per box. includes stripper clip (in stock)

Reproduction MP44 / 98K sling :     36.25 / 26.95      

Extra cartridges and magazines available with sales or after sales.

Superb quality, indistinguishable from the real thing,   ideal for collectors, re-enactors, museum, living history, film or theatre

We ship with full online tracking of your order.   Please ask for a shipping quote or international shipping quote

Brief info on the MP44

This weapon, known as a worlds first assault rifle, was developed in Hitlers' Germany during the World War Two. Initial development took place under the designation of MKb.42 - MachinenKarabine, 1942. The experimental MKb's were developed by two german companies, Karl Walther (MKb.42(W)) and C.G.Haenel (MKb.42(H)). Both guns were intended as a replacement for submachine guns, bolt action rifles and, partly, light machineguns for front troops. Both guns were designed to fire intermediate (between rifle and pistol) cartridge, and have effective range of 600 meters or so. The 7.92mm Kurz cartridge, developed by Polte company, propelled 8.1 g (125 grains) bullet to roughly 680 meters per second.

After initial trials the MKb.42(H), designed by Hugo Schmeisser, was found superior of two, and further development took place under the name of MP-43 (MachinenPistole, 1943, to avoid Hitlers opposition to made anything but SMGs). Some MP-43s were issued to troops at western front, and field reports were very promising. Final version appeared under the designation of Mp-44, and then Hitler finally approved it, but the new gun received also a new designation - SturmGevehr-44, which stands for no more than "Assault Rifle" in german language. This was pure act of propaganda, but the name stuck not only to that gun, but to the whole new class of automatic weapons, designed to fire intermediate cartridges. Total number of MP-43s, MP-44s and StG.44s produced was about 500 000, and these guns proved itself as very effective,

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