H&K MP5

Introduction: H&K MP5

About: Hello instructables! I am a 14 year old redneck who loves mechanics and cars. But one of my favorite things to do is play with knex so if anyone out there is building a knex gun or car and are trying new mec...

Well I'm back after my camera breaking to show you this model of an MP5. Remember, this is a model, it does not shoot and the mag is fake and is non-removable. Well here it is and If you rate, like, and follow, I may even post the instructions for it. I would love to see this shoot so if anyone wants to mod it or make it shoot I wouldn't mind at all, just give me a little credit! ;D

PROS:
Looks like an MP5 (Ish)
Comfy Check rest
Tough stock
Nice front grip
Comfy Handle
Doesn't use too many pieces, well, at least to you it doesn't :3
Has a nice weight
Not too big

CONS: 
Doesn't shoot
No trigger
Weak mag
Mostly hollow body
Unrealistic sight?

MORE INFO: All credit is to this ---> http://www.hk-usa.com/military_products/mp5_general.asp

First developed in the mid-1960s, the 9 mm Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun uses the same delayed blowback operating system found on the famous HK G3 automatic rifle. Reliability, accuracy, ease of handling, simple maintenance, and safety—all the elements of HK excellence are highlighted on the MP5. Firing from the closed-bolt position in all modes of fire make MP5 submachine guns extremely accurate and controllable.

Continual product improvements over more than 40 years of production have kept the MP5 up-to-date and technologically current; it is firmly established as the world’s pre-eminent submachine gun among military and law enforcement users.

Over 120 MP5 variants are available to address the widest range of tactical requirements. A selection of optional trigger groups allow for single fire only, full automatic, 2-round, and 3-round burst options. The weapon’s unique modular design and a variety of optional buttstocks, forearms, sight mounts, and other accessories gives the MP5 extraordinary flexibility to meet most any mission requirement.

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    4 Discussions

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    TheKnexPro
    TheKnexPro

    1 year ago

    It’s good, but at least add a trigger guard

    It is alright, but it is a little think. You might want to check out some other MP5's to see what I am talking about.

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    Back $lash
    Back $lash

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Think? What do you mean, please tell me.