- AGM MP44 (STG44) Real Wood (Full Metal)
- Full metal receiver
- Wooden stock
- Version 2 Gearbox
- Velocity: 380 FPS
- Weight: 3890 gr
- Length: 943 mm
- Includes the AEG, magazine, battery, charger and sling
AGM is well known for producing metal and realistic WWII weapons. Enthousiasts worldwide were expecting the MP44 and AGM did it. Full metal construction at an affordable price.
The gun is almost entirely made out of metal which makes the gun hefty and sturdy, but with almost 4 kilos it needs some determination to carry around all day long. The only non-metal parts are the polymer pistol grip and the wooden stock, made out of solid fine grain wood. The stock is secured via two push pins. The rear sight resembles the AK rear sight and it is adjustable with markings up to 800 metres. The charging hanlde is functional and by cocking it, the player can adjust the Hop Up mechanism. The model bears two sling swivels, one on the stock and one on the front set.
The model utilizes a Version 2 Gearbox with reinforced internals and metal 8 mm bushings. The internals include steel gears, polycarbonate piston, piston head, nozzle and cylinder head. Both the motor and Hop Up mechanism are the ones found on the M4/16 series of Airsoft models. The model shoots around 380 FPS out of the box, that makes it ideal for Woodland games. The model shoots both Semi and Fully Automatic, with the selector lever located above the trigger, on the right hand side. The 445mm barrel helps for those long distance tight groupings. The metal magazine included is a High Capacity one that holds 550 BBs. The stick type battery is stored in the stock.
The package includes the MP44, its magazine, battery, charger and sling.
The StG 44 (Sturmgewehr 44, literally "storm rifle of 1944]") was an assault rifle developed in Nazi Germany during World War II that was the first of its kind to see major deployment and is considered by many historians to be the first modern assault rifle. It is also known under the designations MP 43 and MP 44 (Maschinenpistole 43, Maschinenpistole 44 respectively), which denote earlier development versions of the same weapon with some differences like a different butt end, muzzle nut, shape of the front sight base or with an unstepped barrel, all only visible with close inspection.