The MPL (The MPL-LF)
The 'MPL' (MPL-LF)

The 'MPL' (MPL-LF)

Manufacturer: Walther Arms

Country of Origin: Germany

Installation: Miscellanious, Mexican Navy, German Navy & Police Forces

Main Features:

  • Fully Automatic


  • Box Magazine


  • 1000 Points (Black Ops)


The MPL was produced by Walther Arms, and is a fully automatic submachine gun, hosting a detachable box magazine of 32 9mm cartidges. In use primarily by German and Mexican naval and police forces, the MPL is one half of Walthers "MP" series. The other being the MPK. Standing for "Machine Pistole Lang" and "Machine Pistole Kurz", long and short respectivly, and in production between 1963 and 1985.


Available for purchase for 1000 points in all Black Ops maps, usualy second room, along-side the PM63. A perfect pairing in the matter of fire-rate, being the highest with the exception of the Death Machine power-up. 144 total rounds, 24 of which fill each magazine. In terms of damage, as many bullets as the current round number and a knife attack will yield maximum points. Recoil is low, and the iron sight is more than manageable, resulting in easy headshots. The MPL is a midpoint, With the fire-rate and low recoil of the PM63, but nearer the munition supply of the MP5k. It indeed proves most effective of the trio, staying within comfortable effective ability through the first 10 rounds.

The MPL Hip FIre.

The MPL (Hip Fire).

Recommended Perks:Edit

Perks such as Speed Cola And Double Tap, increase the MPL's already lightning speed.
The MPL-LF Hip Fire.

The MPL-LF (Hip Fire).


A 5000 point investment in the Pack-A-Punch machine will grant you with the MPL-LF. Near doubling in munition to 240 whilst also near doubling in magazine size to an impressive 40. Most noticable, the upgraded variant attaches a red-dot sight, with near non-exsistant recoil. Disappointingly, ammo is a primary concern in rounds after 18, as the 240 bullets dissipate quickly, but those with keen eyes will find most of those bullets surrounded in dead brain matter.

The MPL (ADS).


The 9x19mm Parabellum cartridge was introduced in 1902 by 'Deutsch Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken' for their Luger Pistol. Parabellum is derived from the company's motto "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" (if you seek peace, prepare for war). Also being standardised and used by NATO with multiple variants since WW1 such as a Plastic Projectile for training purposes.