Tag: mp40

TFBTV: German World War Two Guns in Action


What would it be like to try and attempt to shoot historical small arms in some of the ways that they were actually used in the past? We try and do that in this episode with German small arms in a small team setting, assaulting an objective across open terrain using a base of fire […] [Read More…]

MP40 sub-machine gun in Syria

Green lemon posted a few interesting pictures on Twitter. It seems we’re looking at an MP40 sub-machine gun in Syria. The markings on the machine gun suggest it was made in the late Styer production, 1942. One benefit with this gun (versus an Stg 44 which are also [Read More…]

MP40 Run and Gun


The German MP40 SMG is famous for its use during World War II, and was the Thompson’s rival on the Western Front. While there is no setting for semi-auto, with some trigger control we should still be able to have a go with it on the run and gun course. Field Strip: Thompson Vs. MP40: [Read More…]

MP40 found in Australia

These news items are always so interesting when they come up, as if to say “Dear god, a working firearm!” Anyways, in Sydney, Australia apparently some criminals were stashing a modified No.4 Lee Enfield and an MP40 in an abandoned house, intending to do [Read More…]

Shooting the ATI .22LR MP40

ATI showed up at the Blue August Gun and Outdoor Conference with one of their spiffy new .22LR MP40 clones. The first few thousand will ship in an Amish made wooden transit chest, which is just too cool: Now I know what you a thinking, and yes, you can pull the barrel [Read More…]