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Classic Army MP5SD Gel Blaster
This Classic Army Gel Blaster version of the MP5SD is a beautiful rendition in 1 to 1 scale of a model specifically developed to meet the requirements of many Special Operations Forces around the world!
The MP5 is a submachine gun, developed by a German manufacturer in the 1960s. A typical MP5 fires 9mm Luger ammunition from a curved detachable box-type magazine. The MP5's accuracy, reliability, and wide range of accessories and variants have made it the submachine gun (SMG) of choice for military and law enforcement agencies worldwide.
The Classic Army MP5SD has a metal suppressor, cocking tube and receiver. The short barrel provides good accuracy up to medium to long range.
This model is fantastic out of the box and includes a metal magazine to get the job done, swiftly, efficiently and without fault.
**Orange tip shown for illustration purposes**
|Gel Type: AKA / Ultra Elites / Gelsoft Ultra Hard Gels||Battery Source: Mini Tamiya 7.4v 1100mah|
|Inner Barrel Length: 22.5cm||Mosfet: No|
|Inner Barrel ID: 7.2mm||Fire Select: Single/Semi/Full Auto|
|Inner Barrel Type: Alloy||
Blaster Body: Polymer/Metal
|Gearbox Type: Metal Version 2 Gearbox||Velocity: 300 FPS|
|Bushing/Bearing: 8mm Bushings||Magazine Type: Classic Army MP5 Metal Magazine|
|Spring: 1.4 Spring||Magazine Capacity: Approx 110 Gel Rounds|
|Motor Type: 480 Long||Suitable Hopup: Inner Barrel Hopup (UBand/Rizer/DK16/DK13 Hopup)|
** Battery and charger not included.
1x Classic Army MP5 SD2 Gel Blaster
1x Safety Glasses
Do not leave batteries unattended whilst charging and take off charge when they have completed charging.
When charging the batteries, we recommend charging them between 1-4 hours.
When they are charging the light/s will flash and once it is fully charged, the light/s will turn a solid red or green.
Also once you start to hear the battery getting flat, please recharge it as running it flat can damage the cells.
Soaking & Storage of Gels
When soaking the gels, they need to be soaked fully submerged in water from the tap for a minimum of 5-6 hours.
Once they have fully grown you can leave them in the water and keep them in or out of the refrigerator.
When you are ready to use them just drain of any excess water with a strainer before you feed them into the mag but do not dry them as they need to be lubricated to work properly.
You can store gel balls in a bucket of water with a lid for up to 3 months before they start to go super soft. We recommend if you do this to change the water every couple of weeks.
Do not upgrade any part of your toy gel blaster as this will void the warranty. Upgrades refer to pulling any of the blaster apart or opening it up, changing springs or upgrading the battery from 7.4v to an 11.v battery.