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The Eindringling is a Primary weapon that was introduced in version 6.3.1 as a part of the D-Day update along with the Brave Patriot.


It is a silvery white gun with a very long barrel and shoulder stock. The ammo clip is also very long. There is a cross near the middle, representing Germany. Most of these parts are simple and slender. It is based on the real-life German MP40.


It has medium damage, high rate of fire, average capacity, and normal mobility.


  • Use in mid-close ranges to increase damage output.
  • Conserve ammo or frequent reloads are present if you waste them.


  • Pick off its users from long ranges.
  • As it has an average capacity, the user can easily run out of ammo if one is fast enough.
  • Area-damage weapons can easily take out its users.
  • Due to its mobility, its users are easy victims to faster enemies.


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Eindringling in use in older updates.



World War 2

Supported Maps

Weapon Setups

Have a long range weapon with this one, as the range is not that spectacular.


The old Eindringling : The eagle has been swapped with a box-like logo. This logo is the Balkenkreuz, a symbol used by the Heer, Luftwaffe, and Kriegsmarine.


  • This weapon does not feature a scope, making it difficult for long range shooting.
  • This gun has a fast reloading animation compared to most other weapons in the game.
  • This gun is based on the MP-40  sub-machine gun developed by the Nazi Germany during World War II.
    • Contrary to belief, this weapon was not as commonplace for infantrymen in the Wehrmacht (Nazi German armed forces, but was issued to officers and platoon/squad leaders, as well as paratroopers.
  • The Eindringling in German means "The Intruder".
  • Despite the statistics, it has very fast fire rate, which is contradictory to the fact that the weapon this was based off had a sub-par firing speed.
  • This gun along with the Hellraiser and the Combat Rifle are the only weapons that feature a spazzing animation when fired. This is presumably to create the illusion of a recoil.
  • This is removed from the game in the 10.0.4 update.
  • You will get 110Coin refunds when the gun was removed. Or it's other owners still keep it up to this day.
  • It was brought back in the 12.1.0 update.
  • Its appearance slightly modified in the 12.1.0 update.
  • In the German army, this was thought as a machine-pistol, but in PG3D it is considered as a primary.