- Umarex Heckler & koch UMP AEG
- Officialy licensed with HK realistic markings
- Electric function
- Semi and Full Automatic mode
- Side folding stock
- Velocity: 330 FPS / 100 m/s
- Version 3 Gearbox
- Length: 450 - 680 mm
- Barrel length: 210 mm
- Weight: 1800 gr
- Magazine Capacity: 420 BBs
- Stick type battery
- Includes battery and charger
The perfect gun for Police & SWAT load outs, or a 'Casino Royale' loadout perhaps? The HK UMP is a very modern and futuristic take on the SMG idea.
The model provided by Umarex is a fully licensed product with realistic HK markings engraved on the receiver.
The model bears the updated versions of the everlasting HK sights. The front one is hooded in order to stay intact. The rear sight can be changed from ghost ring to the usual V-notch sight. Elevation can be adjusted with an allen wrench.
The fire selector is ambidextrous and it indicates the three firing modes: Safe, semi-auto, and full-auto.
The stock folds to the right hand side of the gun and has a rubber pad to raise the comfort level while in use.
The charging handle is functional so you can access the hop-up switch with ease.
On top of the receiver lies a metal Picatinny rail that allows the attachment of various optics.
The handguard also bear three Picatinny rail segments to attach a vertical grip and lasers or lights.
The model uses a Version 3 gearbox.
The battery compartment is located just below the rear sight. It is only accessible when the stock is in its folded position. A small latch closes to protect the compartment. The model utilizes an AK Stick type battery.
The magazine is made out of polymer and it holds 420 BBs.
The UMP (Universal Machinen-Pistole = Universal Submachine Gun) had been developed by the Heckler & Koch company of Germany in the mid- to late- 1990s and first appeared on the markets in 1999. The key idea behind the UMP was to create lightweight and powerful submachine gun, that also will be cheaper than one of the H&K's flagships, the MP-5. UMP, being targeted primary for USA law enforcement market, first appeared in .45ACP and .40SW chamberings, and later - in 9mm.