- Cybergun MP 44 (STG44) (Wood-Full Metal)
- Weight: 4260 gr
- Length: 950 mm
- Barrel length: 445 mm
- Fire mode: Electric Semi/Full Auto
- Velocity: 400 FPS
- Material: Metal, real wood
- Battery: Stick Type
- Magazine capacity: 450
- Gearbox: Version 2
- Colour: Black, wood
- Includes AEG, magazine, battery, charger
The Schmeisser MP44 Airsoft Gun is an exquisite time period AEG. The quality of materials and attention to detail are bringing MP44 to the top of the market.
The battery is stored in the stock for balance and realism. The functioning charging handle is powered by a stiff spring that gives off a very satisfying 'clack' when pulled back and released.
There is no better choice for re-inactors and WWII buffs than this Schmeisser MP44. Full Metal Constructed with Real Wood Fixed Stock Fully/Semi Automatic Shooting Mode AEG Steel Gears Metal Gear Box Adjustable Spin UP Shooting System
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.
The rifle was chambered for the 7.92?33mm Kurz cartridge. This shorter version of the German standard (7.92x57mm) rifle round, in combination with the weapon's selective-fire design, provided a compromise between the controllable firepower of a submachine gun at close quarters with the accuracy and power of a Karabiner 98k bolt action rifle at intermediate ranges. While the StG44 had less range and power than the more powerful infantry rifles of the day, Army studies had shown that few combat engagements occurred at more than 300 m and the majority within 200 m.
Full-power rifle cartridges were excessive for the vast majority of uses for the average soldier. Only a trained specialist, such as a sniper, or soldiers equipped with machine guns which fired multiple rounds at a known or suspected target could make full use of the standard rifle round's range and power.