- ARES UMP (New Version)
- Nylon fibre and Zinc alloy construction
- Side folding stock
- Version 3 Gearbox
- Weight: 2650 gr
- Length: 445- 700 mm
- Stick type battery
The H&K UMP AEG Airsoft Gun By ARES is one of the top of the line sub machine guns being offered in the market. Exterior, the airsoft gun features a polymer body with H&K licensed markings. The front of the gun features a tri rail system allowing for the installation of multiple tactical accessories such as flashlights, lasers and vertical grips. The top optic rail will accommodate most flex and red dot sights. Both rear and front sights resemble the typical G36 sights. The rear one is adjustable as well. The fire selector is completely ambidextrous and is great for both right, and left handed shooters. The folding stock solidly constructed with a rubberized cheek weld and buttplate for maximum ergonomics. With the stock folded, this gun is only about 445 mm long, which is a great length for all CQB fire fights. Contrary to other UMPs, the barrel is threaded so any kind of silencer can be attached.
The interior of the UMP is equally as impressive, with the specialized ARES version 3 all metal gearbox. This gearbox features a quick spring change system. That, along with 7mm steel bushings and bearings, make this gun cycle very efficiently. The functional charging handle allows for the famous "HK" slap, and also will reveal the adjustment wheel for the hop up unit. The Hop Up mechanism is a G3 and G36 style one that The trigger especially features a microswitch, which removes the need for a clunky fuse and also helps minimize trigger pull. Overall, the ARES UMP .45 is a great choice for all airsoft players looking for a Law Enforcement/Special Forces loadout, or a CQB set up. The battery is stored above the Gearbox, much like an HK MP5k and it's a Stick type mini type one.
The UMP’s “angas” look may have been complemented by its humongous or maybe just huge magazine. Long, straight and seemingly a relative of the classic .45 Thompson sub-machine gun, the magazine adds a character to the UMP of which the stand alone MP5 series is short of.