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MP40

SMG MP40.jpg

General

Class

Type

Submachine Gun

Rank

(1) Trainee

Euros

Euro.png None

Firing Modes

Automatic

Mods

Front

?

Mount

?

Barrel

?

Trigger

?

Grip

?

Stock

?

Statistics

Attack

47.5 (-2.5 to 2.5)

Range

30.1

Accuracy

77

→ Auto Fire

76.8

Control

89.8

Auto Fire

11.76

Capacity

32/

Mobility

90.1

Detailed Statistics

Piercing

0

Accuracy

77

→ Crouching

78.8

→ Moving

70.6

→ Jumping

67.5

Zooming

?

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Auto Fire

76.8

→ Crouching

78.5

→ Moving

69.5

→ Jumping

66.3

Zoom Auto

?

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Control

89.8

→ Crouching

91.9

→ Moving

86.5

→ Jumping

84.7

Zooming

?

→ Crouching

?

→ Moving

?

→ Jumping

?

Hidden Statistics

Zoom

No

Scope

No

Draw Speed

1.26

Reload Time

?

Suppressor

No

Kill Feed

?


The most famous SMG model, symbolic of the German troops of the World War 2. This unique design is made with plastic parts with press fabrication, eliminating wooden parts.
  — Weapon Description 

The MP40 is a Capsule Shop Sub Machine Gun that was first introduced during the 08-12-10 Content Update.

Overview

In A.V.A., the MP40 can be purchased in the shop for 150 Red Tickets. It can be upgraded into the MP38/40 for additional Red Tickets.

Modifications

No mod

Recommended Builds

No mod

Variants

Tips

Notable Comparisons

Trivia

  • Built in Germany starting in 1938, the MP40 is the successor of the MP38. It has a 9x19 Parabellum cartridge and its magazine can hold 32 rounds. Nicknamed the "Schmeisser" by Allied forces because of a previous maker of the MP series, it featured a number of improvements, mostly the materials it was composed of. These improvements cut down on cost, but the gun was still expensive to produce. The MP40 was mainly issued to officers and paratrooper squads due to its price, and also partially because the German Wehrmacht's primary weapon was the Mauser 98k. The German losses at Stalingrad and other key battles in the U.S.S.R. were in some part due to the fact that the Russian tactics were more effective. Often times an entire battalion of Russians could be well equipped, each soldier with a PPS42 or a PPSh41, whereas the Germans never had enough MP40s. In 1943, the Germans began to work on the MP43/44, which would replace both the MP40 and the Mauser 98k.

Gallery

Media


Sources

http://gunstribune.com/smgs/germany/mp-40/

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