WWII GERMAN HEER WAFFEN LUFTWAFFE MP38 MP40 SMG MAG MAGAZINE LOADER. LOADER ONLY, MAGAZINE IS NOT INCLUDED! Steel reproduction of this scarce German WWII issue 9mm MP 40 Mag Loader. Complete with spring loader catch; every MP 40 was issued with at least one magazine loader for which a separate compartment is found on most MP 40 Magazine Pouch Sets.
Original German MP 40 Machine Guns for Sale at International Military Antiques. The MP 40 (Maschinenpistole 40) was a submachine gun chambered for the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge. It was developed in Germany and used extensively by the Axis powers during the Second World War.
The MP 40 was a submachine gun chambered for the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge. It was developed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by the Axis powers during World War II. Designed in 1938 by Heinrich Vollmer with inspiration from its predecessor the MP 38, it was heavily used by infantrymen...
MP40/1. The MP40/I experimented with two - side by side 32-round magazines and was tested in 1942. The Magazines were able to slide horizontally to use the additional magazine when the first one became depleted. This design was intended to counter the superior firepower of the Soviet PPSh-41.
The markings I have only been able to study two original boxes, one very early and one very late. The early box is in fact so early that it was made solely for the Postwar The MP38. u. 40 box is copied extensively. Some to deceit, but most as practical storage and transport boxes for proud MP40 owners.
MP40/I bottom view (this gun is in the Belgian Army Museum). Ultimately (and fairly quickly), the experiment with this variation of the MP40 was cancelled. It simply didn't offer enough advantages over normal guns in the army's view. Very few survived the war...
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The MP 38 and MP 40 (MP designates Maschinenpistole, literally "Machine Pistol") is a submachine gun developed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by paratroopers, tank crews, platoon and squad leaders, and other troops during World War II.
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