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H&K MP7
A Heckler and Koch MP7 PDW in nonfiring, full size Lego form.
About this creation
The Heckler and Koch MP7 is a relatively new development and fires 4.6x30mm rounds. It's made for the PDW role, that is, a personal defense weapon for cooks, engineers, and other non-combatant military personnel. In this respect it is similar to the FN P90, which is made for the same role and also uses a new, high velocity small calibre cartridge. There have also been pistol calibre submachine guns marketed as PDWs, and some other weapons like the M1 carbine could be called the same, so it is a tricky concept.

My own, Lego MP7 is a replica of the MP7, not the first prototype PDW or the MP7A1. You can find out more about the MP7 PDW at hkpro.com, in the world of HK.

Anyway, I've tried a few new-ish things for me, including the sliding stock, a tiny bit of SNOT, and a removable magazine. Hope you like it.



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   The following pictures will simply be images of my MP7 from different angles, and with various bits and pieces being folded and extended.



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   Notice the flipped up sights.



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   Whoops. Got a bit of carpet there.



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   The fire selector on safe.



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   Semiautomatic.



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   Automatic.



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   On this side the safe position is smaller, so that I could at least have the meager ejection port that I do.



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   It's coming...



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   Yes, I continue to marvel at my own ingenuity at a block that fits into a recess in the gun. Sad, isn't it?



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   Anyway it's a pretty cool block.



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   Extended forty round magazine, with its wacky angle.



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   Charging handle is similar to that of the AR15 rifles, a T shape.



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   Here it is pulled back.



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   The stock just slides on little tracks.



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   Pistol sights, with the main sights flipped down.



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   Flip them up and you have a nice set of rifle sights.



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   The rear sight assembly.



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   And the front sight assembly. Both are flipped down.



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   Folding foregrip. See how the bottom fits in with the triger guard?



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   Folded.



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   Flash hider, I only made one little slot in it.



Comments

 I like it 
  July 12, 2013
this is sweet! check out mine? 5/5 -Silly
  July 9, 2012
Great design can u send me instructions I need help
  July 9, 2012
Great design can u send me instructions I need help
 I like it 
  August 10, 2010
nice job!check my mp7a1 out.
 I like it 
  March 20, 2010
wow that is pritty cool
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  March 20, 2010
wow that is pritty cool
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  March 20, 2010
wow that is pritty cool
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  March 20, 2010
wow that is pritty cool
Robert P.
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Danien Berends
  October 20, 2009
awesome how did you make the stock extendable
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  September 8, 2009
I've always tryed to make one that is really life-like, but I can't get the colors right.It's all colorful.I'm jealous
Robert P.
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Jasper Jasper
  March 22, 2009
very nice!!!!!. But how does the stock extend??? I couldn't find it on the pictures
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  December 24, 2008
best mp7. one thing i dont like is the rail on top the little things on top. but other than that great job. the iron sights are correct battlefield may not always be correct
 I like it 
  September 9, 2008
really nice i play rainbow six vegas 2 i use this gun all the time u did a really good job....... instructions plz
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  April 5, 2008
Nice work! could you make a g36c or g36k?
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  June 4, 2007
Pretty cool looking gun, I guess your "moving parts" are ok. But you keep talking about and displaying your "nonfiring" guns - have you made ANY guns that actually fire?
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  February 11, 2007
Extremely accurate, the only problem I see is with the ejection port. It's too small..But I guess that can be excused since you needed the fire selector in there. As for Kevin Borello, I wouldn't use Battlefield 2 as a judgment for how accurate Roberts creations are. Battlefield 2 may be a great game but it isn't very accurate when it comes to weapon design.
 I like it 
  August 8, 2006
its very good, one of the best guns ive seen on the net, but there r a couple problems, i play a game called Battlefield 2, and surprisingly, u can unlock weapons, one of them which happens to be this, and the sights r wrong, it looks like Beretta 92FS sights, only without the 2 rear sights, but u did a very good job
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  June 26, 2006
wow, you need to keep making these sweet guns, i like the wtock and removable mag, i like the functioning parts, and nice sights, great work, keep it up
Robert P.
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Joseph Inglish
  May 28, 2006
Pure pwnage; instructions pleez. :P
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  May 20, 2006
Great model, Robert. I was gonna make one of those myself, so I'm really jealous that you got there first. Anyway, keep up the good work.
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  May 20, 2006
very good! The shape is more or less perfect and the size is excellent.
 
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