As close as you are going to get to a Broomhandle Mauser for less than $100 (VIDEO)

With everything Solo suddenly popular again, here is a look at the Umarex Legends M712, a full-auto airgun send-up of the classic Broomhandle Mauser.

Based on the C96, as noted in the model’s designation the Umarex airgun is a take on the interwar M1932/M712 select-fire Schnellfeuer (rapid fire) variant that used a detachable mag. True to form, the blowback-action CO2 .177-caliber BB pistol is pretty swag if you don’t have the change or desire to get an original.

Check out the review from David Higginbotham above. And yes, the BlasTech DL-44 comes up.

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