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MP44 Non-Firing Replica Model Gun

MP44 Non-Firing Replica Model Gun

New production is underway with estimated completion date being June 2011. Reservations are accepted. You are viewing the latest edition with increased number of authentic war-time production stamps in magazine, receiver, barrel, front sight and bolt.

Made in Japan
Operating principle: This highly-realistic model gun can be cocked and disassembled like its real counterpart. It will not fire plug fire cartridges or projectiles, and it has been specially-designed not to be convertible into a real firearm.

The MP44/StG44 is a functional model gun version of the world’s first true assault rifle, the famous MP44. It features full-metal and wood materials of the highest quality as well as historic accuracy that our customers have praised us for over and over again.

The MP44 model can be disassembled, loaded and cocked just like the real MP44. Cartridges will eject exactly like the original from a shell ejection port when the gun is cocked multiple times. The receiver has an authentic serial number as well as other WWII production markings.

This superb and very realistic MP44 model is highly recommended for serious collectors, re-enactors, and WWII buffs.


* MP44 Replica Model Gun
* Ten (10) 7.92mm dummy cartridges
* Fully illustrated manual with English translation


* Full metal and wood construction
* 1:1 accurate real-life size
* Operates like real MP44
* Disassembles like real MP44
* Can cycle dummy 7.92mm cartridges
* Each model has its unique serial number
* German WWII production markings
* Perfectly legal to purchase and own in most US states and European countries (classified as non-gun by the ATF, documentation is available to be accompanied with the product)


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MP44 / Sturmgewehr 44 (Stg44) [Replica model gun]

Technical specifications
Lenght: 940mm
Weight: About 4.7kgs unloaded
Ammunition: Dummy 7.92mm cartridges (ten included)


See our review of this model here

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