The MP7 is a German submachine gun made by the company Heckler & Koch. The MP7 was meant to be used as a PDW(personal defense weapon) much like the P90. My Lego version has a working trigger, folding grip, removable magazine, extendable stock, and working RIS rails. I would've made a working charging handle and bolt, but I didn't know where on the gun they were located. I know where they are now, but I would have to remake the whole gun to add them, and I don't feel like doing that. The overall length of the gun is 16 3/4 inches long(1/4 inch too long) and with the stock extended it's 24 3/4 inches(1/4 inch too short). It took me only two days to build. It has two magazines- a 20rd and a 40rd- the 40rd one is is now. This gun is very sturdy, and the grip is really comfortable. Enjoy.
About this creation
The other side.
The grip, like I said before, is very comfortable. The trigger guard doesn't get in the way at all, the trigger has good spring, and nothing pokes your hand.
The rear portion of the gun.
Stock extended. It goes out pretty far.
Safety. It works the same as my MP5K's.
Front portion of the gun.
The grip out. I think it looks very nice.
Barrel. The angled part was kinda difficult but I think it looks nice. I used the same flash suppressor design that I used on My M4. All credit for it goes to Cole Edmonson.
Front iron sight.
Rear iron sight.
ADS. Not a very good picture but it's really hard to get my camera to focus correctly for these shots.
20rd and 40rd magazines removed.
MP7 with my new AGOG. I will be posting instructions for the AGOG soon.
Quoting Scott Johnson
This is great I have an mp7 model of my own. Also I would like to know how you did that awesome safety switch
I believe I made it with a simple technic design. I used it on a few of my other guns as well. I'm not really sure how to describe it, but if you look at the pictures it shouldn't be too difficult to figure out.