Weapon description: The MP7 is a German submachine gun manufactured by Heckler & Koch (H&K) and chambered for the 4.6×30mm cartridge. It was designed with the new cartridge to meet NATO requirements published in 1989, as these requirements call for a personal defense weapon (PDW) class firearm, with a greater ability to defeat body armor than current weapons limited to conventional pistol cartridges. The MP7 went into production in 2001. It is a direct rival to the FN P90, also developed in response to NATO's requirement. The weapon has been revised since its introduction and the current production version is the MP7A1.

Weapon stats:

Caliber: 4.6x30mm

Fire mode: Semi/3burst/Full

Accuracy: 52

Mobility: 85

Range: 55

Reload: 83

Control: 91

The HK MP7 is a light submachinegun, offering a high firing rate coupled with low, easily controlled and predictable recoil. This weapon's accuracy and range are fairly average, lower than that of the HK MP5, but higher than that of the Ingram MAC-10. The weapon's main shortcoming is it's surprising underwhelming damage output versus non-armored opponents when compared to other submachineguns, however, in the hands of a highly precise operator, the weapon can be just as deadly, if not more, than others. Another area where this weapon shines is it's armor piercing abilities, boasting the capability to enter the body of an armored opponent as if he or she was completely unarmored. The weapon's parts come in standard Black, a smooth, dark Green, an Arctic Camouflage pattern, and a Desert Camouflage pattern. The weapon's accuracy, recoil, recoil pattern, full-auto spread and fire rate, as well as the Desert Camouflage pattern, are demonstrated in the video embedded below.

thumb|500px|right| Operation 7 Weapon Testing MP7