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For the submachine gun in Battlefield Heroes, see Submachine gun (Battlefield Heroes)
The MP40 (Maschinenpistole 40, German
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A real-life MP40.

for "Machine Pistol 40") was the standard Sub-machine gun of the European Axis Forces during World War II. It was designed by Heinrich Vollmer for the German army. The MP 40 is an iconic image from the Second World War; so it often features prominently in war movies.

Battlefield 1942Edit

In Battlefield 1942, the Mp 40 is issued to the Wehrmacht and Afrika Korps Medic kits, with four extra magazines. It has a good rate of fire, medium damage, low recoil and low accuracy. It remains a very effective close-quarters weapon, but it is relatively ineffective at long ranges as its accuracy deteriorates quickly; even going prone and firing in bursts will frequently result in wasting ammo.

Battlefield 1942: The Road to RomeEdit

In Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome, the Mp 40 is issued to the Royal Italian Army Medic kit.

Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWIIEdit

In Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII, the MP40 is issued to the Waffen-SS Medic kit. It is also included in the special Jetpack kit. 

Battlefield VietnamEdit

World War II modEdit

In Battlefield Vietnam's official WWII mod, the Mp 40 is issued to the Imperial Japanese Army's Medic kit. It has a different model and different reload animations from its Battlefield 1942 counterpart, but is very similar in performance and stats.

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