This article is about the successor of this weapon. For his predecessor, see MP5.
The MP7 is a submachine gun featured in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, available to both factions.
The MP7 is a personal defense weapon (PDW) designed by Germany-based Heckler & Koch in 2001, chambered in the special 4.6x30mm caliber, and designed to use 20, 30 or 40-round magazines. The MP7 in CS:GO uses a 30-round magazine and costs $1700. Despite the fact the real life version uses the 4.6x30mm cartridge, in game it is coded to use the same 9x19mm Parabellum that the Glock-18, Dual Berettas, Tec-9, MP9, and PP-Bizon use, likely to avoid having to program in a new ammunition type specifically for it. As such, it carries a reserve of 120 rounds. As with other SMGs, the MP7 awards 2x the money per kill than normal ($600 in Competitive Mode, $300 in Casual Mode).
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- High rate of fire
- Useful for hit-and-run tactics
- Lightweight compared to most other weapons
- Second most expensive sub-machine gun ($300 dollars more than the PP-Bizon and $500 more than the UMP-45)
- Low damage to armored targets
- Fairly high spread
- Long reload time
- At close proximity with targets, spray bullets
- Strafe and burst-fire at medium ranges
- Swtich to your pistol if you have to reload or engage enemies at longer ranges.
- The MP7 lacks sufficient range thus forcing users to ambush enemies.
Counter-Strike: Global OffensiveEdit
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Kill 250 enemies with the MP7.
- Originally the MP7 was slated to be exclusive to the Counter-Terrorists, similar to the PP-Bizon for the Terrorists.
- In the game, MP7 is based on the MP7A1 variant.
- The firing sound of the MP7 is identical to the MP5.
- The reload animation of the MP7 is similar to the MP9.
- MP7 at Wikipedia