The Bergmann MP18 was designed by Hugo Schmeisser in 1915 at the Bergmann Waffenfabrik factory. It was designed to fulfill the requirements established by the German Rifle Testing Commission. When the weapon was completed it was designated the Maschinenpistole 18/I or MP18/I. The weapons finished and the parts all fitted by hand at near commercial grade quality. The MP18/I went into production in early 1918 using the 32rd snail drum magazine used in the P08 Luger. Issued in the final stages of World War I at least 5,000 MP18/I were built and issued before the war ended.
Comes with Steel upper receiver
Comes with fixed front and rear sight
Comes with Real Wood stock
Comes with Steel outer barrel
Comes with Alloy charging handle
Adjusting Hop up system
Comes with Alloy trigger , magazine release , selector