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Replica MP40 Submachine Gun by Denix

Replica MP40 SMG by Denix

Replica MP40 Submachine Gun by Denix


The MP40 Submachine Gun was a WW2 German weapon that was used extensively by German military forces in all theatres.


Chambered for the 9mm round it was designed by Heinrich Voller and often called the ‘Schmeisser’ by allied forces, after another weapon designer Hugo Schmeisser, even though he had nothing to do with the creation of this weapon.


Made by Erma Werke it is estimated that at least 1.1 million were made across the period of the 2ndWorld War.  Popular in particular with Infantry Officers and NCO’s, the weapon made its mark in close quarter combat in battles such as Stalingrad.  The weapon was a match for the Soviet PPSH to provide an easy to wield weapon in house to house fighting.


The weapon has a distinctive look with its folding stock, stick magazine and characteristic silhouette.  The replica MP40 SMG by Denix is a same weight, same size full metal reproduction with working action, stock and removable magazine.



Designed: 1940


Produced: 1940 - 1945


Cartridge: 9mm


Action: Straight Blowback, Open Bolt


Rate of Fire: 500 – 550 rounds per minute


Muzzle Velocity: 400 m/s


Effective Firing Range: 100 – 200 m


Maximum Firing Range: 250 m


Feed System: 32 round detachable box


Sights: Hooded front blade


Weight: 3.97 kg


Length: 833 mm


Barrel Length: 251 mm

We are excited to be stocking a great range of Denix replica submachine guns and assault rifles starting in 2021.


Amongst the replica submachine guns and assault rifles made by Denix that we will be stocking are:


Replica MP40 SMG


Replica Thompson SMG


Replica PPSH SMG


Replica Sten Gun SMG


Replica M41 Grease Gun SMG


Replica AK47 Assault Rifle


Replica M16 Assault Rifle


Replica MP44 Assault Rifle

NOTE: Images used of SMG and Assault Rifles until we have sales stock are of Denix guns that have been given aged and worn finishes for film and TV use. Stock guns will have a new black finish.  See our article on the site about how to age them well.

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