Walther MP - Delta Force - Weapons
The Walther MP was a 9mm sub machine gun used by Delta Force early on the unit's history.
Bridging the gap between the M3a1 Grease Gun and the soon-to-be-adopted Heckler & Koch MP5, the Walther MP came in two variants - the MPL and the shorter MPK. The Walther MP featured a folding tubular stock. It was a blowblack design which fired from a L-shaped bolt. The shorter MPK could be concealed beneath clothing if required.
Walther MPLs had previously been used by Navy SEALs in Vietnam, often fitted with a sound suppressor.
Walther MP Specifications
|Length|| MPL :
39.4 inches (stock extended) / 18.2 inches (stock folded)
35.4 inches (stock extended) / 15 inches (stock folded)
|Barrel Length||10.2 inches (MPL)
6.8 inches (MPK)
|Weight||6.6 lb (MPL)
6.1 lb (MPK)
|Effective Range||200 meteres (MPL)
100 meters (MPK)
|Rate Of Fire||550 rounds/min cyclic|
|Muzzle Velocity|| 1,299 feet per second (MPL)
1,167 feet per second (MPK)
|Feed||20 /32-round box magazine|