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HK MP5 9x19 submachinegun (Navy 3 Round Burst)

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HK MP5 9x19 submachinegun
Mp5.png
General data
TypeSubmachine gun
SlotPrimary
Weight2.481 kg
Grid size4x2
Sold byPeacekeeper LL1: Standard variant
Peacekeeper LL2: Silenced variant after completing his task Scrap Metal
Performance
Recoil %Vertical: 73
Horizontal: 340
Effective distance200 m
Ergonomics70
Firing modesSingle
3-round Burst
Full Auto
Rate of fire (RPM)800
Sighting range200
Ammunition
Caliber9x19mm Parabellum
Default ammo9x19 mm PSO gzh
Muzzle velocity384 m/s
Default magStandard MP5 30-round 9x19 magazine
Accepted ammunition
Looting
Loot experience30
Examine experience8

The HK MP5 9x19 submachinegun (Navy 3 Round Burst) (MP5) is a submachine gun in Escape from Tarkov.

Description[edit | edit source]

HK MP5 9x19 submachinegun with Navy 3 Round Burst firing mechanism version, which features three-round cutoff. Widely acclaimed model of a submachinegun, primarily known as weapon of GSG9 and similar forces of the world, and famous through frequent appearance in movies and video games.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • 1 needs to be found for the quest Gunsmith - Part 3
  • To convert the standard MP5 to the silenced variant, you can purchase the following parts:
Icon Attachment Sold By Loyalty Level
Mp5sdhg.png MP5SD Polymer handguard Peacekeeper LL2
Mp5sdupper.png HK MP5 Upper receiver (SD) Peacekeeper LL3
MP5SDsuppressoricon.png MP5SD 9x19 silencer Peacekeeper LL3

Combine those three pieces, then remove the original HK MP5 Upper receiver to replace it with the silenced one you just created. Then transfer the stock and the rearsight over from the old receiver as well.

Mods[edit | edit source]

Trading[edit | edit source]

A-2607 Bars.png x10 --> Peacekeeper 1 icon.png --> MP5 icon.png

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The MP5 version used in Escape from Tarkov is the MP5-N, a model designed for use for the United States Navy, which includes a Navy trigger group (including safe, single fire, 2–3 round burst, and full automatic).

See also[edit | edit source]