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The UMP (German: Universale Maschinenpistole; English: Universal Machine Pistol) is a submachine gun that was designed by Heckler and Koch as a lighter and cheaper successor to the MP5.

There are two variants of the UMP in the Rainbow Six universe:

  • The UMP45 is the most common version of the UMP to appear, chambered in .45 ACP.
  • The UMP9 is a version chambered for 9mm.

The UMP is categorized as a submachine gun in the Rainbow Six universe.





Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear

  • Rogue Spear is the first video game to ever feature the UMP-45.
  • The UMP 45 in-game has an incorrect 3-round burst fire mode when the weapon should have a 2-round burst fire option.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 1 & 2

  • One can see that the safety is incorrectly always on, no matter what firing mode you set the weapon to.
  • The additional 2-round burst option is added to the weapon. This is possible with the UMP, but the fire selector does not show this option, though.
  • The UMP45 is always equipped with a foregrip by default and the game does not count grips as an attachment.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege

  • The charging handle of the weapon incorrectly reciprocates backward when firing and locks back on its own when the magazine is emptied.
  • Just like in Rogue Spear, the UMP45 in-game has an incorrect 3-round burst fire mode.
  • In some stills, the UMP45 is equipped with a Holographic Sight or a Reflex Sight, a Suppressor and a Vertical Grip.


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