German WW2 loadout

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by hakdaddy, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. hakdaddy

    hakdaddy New Member

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    Hey I'm looking to upgrade my German ww2 load out to include some CQB capabilities. I already have a stg for field use, but for CQB all I have is a Luger. I'm not going to lie, it's a sexy legit hyper precision Luger, but still it is only a handgun. So yeah ww2, German, CQB. I'm thinking an MP-40 or a Mauser, but really I'm open to any suggestions.
     
  2. poston

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    I was going to say mp40, but you already have that on. If I can think of any other guns I'll tell you.
     

  3. brettcp97

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    You can sometimes pull off a ppsh-41. During the war when the Germans ran out of ammo or their weapons malfunctioned they would resort to soviet weaponry.
     
  4. hakdaddy

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  5. Jelly

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    It would work great for CQB, some how increase ROF, and turn corners very very slowly.
     
  6. hakdaddy

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    I've thought about soviet weapons, and while I'm sure it wouldn't be too out of place in a German load out, I really just like that high quality German engineering.
     
  7. hakdaddy

    hakdaddy New Member

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    Fine you caught me. I just don't actually want to spend 2200 dollars on an airsoft gun. I thought I would throw you off my scent with that clever ruse, but clearly I have been out played.
     
  8. Jelly

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    Monopoly money is now legal tender. Go wild folks!
     
  9. hakdaddy

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    So would you say MP-40 is better than a Mauser? Because that is really what I am debating internally. It's keeping me up at night really.
     
  10. hakdaddy

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    Monopoly money you say? Hmm in that case I will take three. OF EVERYTHING.
     
  11. slipknot2302

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    There's a pretty small market for German WWII weaponry. I know this isnt German, but I thought I'd try my best to help. I know ICS has a M3 Grease Gun, and I think G&G has a M1 Garand. Sorry but thats the best I can do.
     
  12. hakdaddy

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    I'll look at the grease gun, because most people can't distinguish that from German firearms anyways. But I already have a rifle so I don't think the M1 Garand would be necessary. Thanks for the suggestions
     
  13. Jacgren

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    I'd say go with the MP40 and upgrade the internals a little, it's be a fairly decent CQB gun.
     
  14. SkyWaffle

    SkyWaffle Top Gear Enthusiast Supporting Member

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    That's the power of German Engineering. Volkswagon. I just had to. The MP-40 has a better structural advantage to CQB.
     
  15. hakdaddy

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    I know what you mean about sturdy. The Mauser looks like one bad drop away from irreparable harm, where as the MP-40 is just a brick. From what I've seen at least, my experience is limited with both and could be atypical.
     
  16. hakdaddy

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    To be honest, that's what I was leaning towards as well. But my boy adman has been all on me to get a Mauser, and he knows a lot more about airsoft than I do. I think the MP-40 is styling, even if not quite as slick as a Mauser, so really it comes down to performance. Well I would prefer battery to gas, just cause gas is a pain, but it isn't that big a deal.
     
  17. Airsoftm4dude

    Airsoftm4dude New Member

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    What about the MP44 or STG? Ive heard it is a fantastic gun. I have shot one before and really liked it.
     
  18. Adman234

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    The agm mp40 would be pretty cool I guess. You can find them really cheap used or broken with only small problems. The main issue: mags. The only mags for it are 110 rd midcaps and they are kinda pricey. High rof Burns through midcap mags.

    While German engineering is hyper professional, Maybe a ppsh41 would stir the pot. The s&t model is awesome, and has blowback. I would make it ready for an 11.1 lipo for you even, so you can lay down close range heavy suppressive firepower.

    Also, Thompson's are great base guns, one of the best for internal upgrades in my opinion. If you can find a cheap one used, that'd be sweet. Again, not German, but very wwii.

    Hopefully somebody knowledgeable will post some loadout suggestions to make you blend in with the whermacht. Most of the responses so far have been pretty off topic....
     
  19. hakdaddy

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    Hmm I've heard of those. I think my gun, the STG-44, is like a hybrid of those two guns though, so I'm not sure that would be necessary since I already have the best of both those guns. Maybe I could get one of those guns and specifically upgrade it for CQB since I am not looking for another middle to long range automatic rifle.