By: Friedrich Seiltgen
Copyright © 2022
American Tactical of Summerville, South Carolina & German Sport Guns of Ense-Höingen, Germany have teamed together and are excited to bring to the United States the very first reproduction of the original WWII MP-40 “Schmeisser” in 9mm.
Manufactured as a pistol with no stock, this replica classic firearm is the closest version of an MP-40 to be importable in decades!
While maintaining a close overall appearance to the original WWII firearm, the GSG-MP40P is manufactured with all new parts to meet the US regulation specs for importation. The GSG-MP40P is a newly manufactured pistol and is a replica in appearance only to the original MP-40. This pistol is not compatible with the original WWII MP-40 in parts or magazines.
The frame is constructed using Zamak 5, which is a zinc die-casting alloy commonly used in Europe due to its combination of strength, ductility, and fluidity
Comes from the factory with one 25-round magazine and a magazine-loading accessory. Additional Magazines are in stock and available for order.
American Tactical is currently in the Research & Development stage of creating a 922(r) compliant stock kit for those who want to SBR this pistol under NFA regulations, so stand by!
Type: Recoil operated, blowback, closed bolt
Caliber: 9X19 MM
Magazine capacity: 25
Sights: adjustable rear, 4 different front sights are included to zero the gun.
Barrel Length: 10 Inches
Overall Length: 24.5 Inches
Height 7 Inches
Weight: 7.19 Pounds
A great replica of the Famous German MP-40 submachinegun in a semi-automatic version pistol. Check one out today!
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Friedrich Seiltgen is a retired Master Police Officer with 20 years of service with the Orlando Police Department. He conducts training in Lone Wolf Terrorism, Firearms, and Active Shooter Response. His writing has appeared in RECOIL, FloridaJolt.com, Soldier of Fortune, The Counter Terrorist Magazine, American Thinker, Homeland Security Today, and The Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International. Contact him at [email protected].