These pictures (below) are almost 10 years old, but I hope the readers of this blog can help me figure out if the Heckler & Koch MP7 was real or fake.
The background is, I was in Bahrain to see the new Ruf Automobile (Porsche tuner) factory and their new model CTR 3. The Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix was going on at the same time, where Michael Schumacher and other famous drivers have won.
Just outside the Formula 1 race track, on the parking lot, I found the formidable Argentinian-Italian supercar Pagani Zonda.
As you can see, it’s a very special looking car, designed by Mr. Horacio Pagani, and there aren’t too many around (to say the least).
The interesting thing was that when I approached the Zonda I discovered a HK MP7 on the passenger side, laying on the floor, clearly visible.
With some Photoshopping I managed to reduce the reflections in the window and get a better look at the MP7. I love that carbon fiber and leather interior.
The Pagani Zonda most likely belonged to someone in the Royal Family.
As I didn’t want to spend the rest of my life in prison I thought it be safer to go and watch the race instead.
Air show during the Formula 1.
So the question is – was this a real HK MP7? Or an Airsoft version?
Did a bodyguard leave it during the Formula 1 race?
I would expect the rate of crime to be very low in Bahrain.