In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves discusses two of the best submachine guns ever created, the Heckler & Koch MP5 and MP7, and he pays a special visit to the Czech Republic to perform research, including a stop at the Sellier & Bellot ammunition testing range, and training with the elite Czech counterterrorist unit URNA.
The MP5 is of course a legend: Designed by H&K in the 1960s, the MP5 is battle proven, bulletproof, and famously reliable. It was – and still is – a favorite of militaries, law enforcement agencies, and special operations units worldwide because of its dependability, accuracy, and portability. However, guns, like any other technology, advance with the passing of time. In 2001, H&K began producing the MP7, an ultra-compact submachinegun that is lighter and smaller than the MP5, while offering greater range and capacity with armor piercing 4.6x30mm rounds versus the larger, heavier, and slower 9mm used by the bulkier MP5. In this episode, James discusses the 4.6 reasons why the newer MP7 might be better than the MP5. Buckle up, brüder, because this is going to be a wild ride.
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