The LDT MP5 is by far the most detailed and highest quality gel blaster in its price range. With accurate H&K markings and even such details as realistic weld marks on the receiver nothing else comes close to this MP5. With the included metal gears and 11.1v this blaster is also very high performance.
Highly detailed and robust nylon fibre construction, with metal outer barrel including 14mm CCW threaded tip
Nylon v2 version 3.0 LDT gearbox with metal gears or Nylon depending on the style you purchase
Silver wire with small tamiya type plug and 8mm bearings
Metal sling mount
Ambidexterous fire select switch
195mm long metal inner barrel with 7.4mm ID and 9.5mm OD
240-250 FPS and 12RPS
LDT MP5 gel blaster
H&K branded carry bag with shoulder strap
USB charge cable
The all new CQB SLR comes with the gearbox we all know and trust, running nylon gears and pushing over 250fps out of the box. The externals of this blaster is complete nylon and is the sturdy construction SLR’s are known for.
Released: Feb. 2020
Type: Automatic, battery operated
Firing Modes: Full-auto & Semi-auto
Highest quality materials and craftsmanship
Designed and built with the utmost attention to detail
Heavy, and well distributed weight
2-piece split receiver
Strong nylon construction from tip to stock
18:1 Gear ratio
Metal outer barrel to reduce vibration
Reinforcement – Solid metal rod for added strength
Charging handle opens dust cover
Uses 7-8mm gel balls
Performance with 11.1v battery:
Up to 285.9 feet per second (260-285 avg)
Up to 1333 r/m
Up to 25m shooting distance
- V2 Nylon Gearbox
- 18.1 Metal Gears
- Metal trigger
- 11.1v Battery w/Charger
- MBUS Gen 3 Flip Up Iron Sights
- Magazine with viewing window! Great for checking ammo!
- Alloy Buffer Tube and switches
- Metal Barrel
No refunds or returns for change of mind or if you open or modify the blaster, however warranty is offered for genuine faulty items.
WARNING! Please only purchase these products if you have consulted your local law enforcement agency. Our products are completely legal in Queensland and South Australia however, each state varies in their laws.