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The Military Armament Corporation Model 10, officially abbreviated as "M10" or "M-10", and more commonly known as the MAC-10, is a compact, blowback operated machine pistol that was developed by Gordon B. Ingram in 1964. It is chambered in either .45 ACP or 9mm. A two-stage suppressor by Sionics was designed for the MAC-10, which not only abated the noise created, but made it easier to control on full automatic (although it also made the gun far less compact and concealable).
These parts upgrade the standard MAC 10 sub-machinegun into a stable, useful weapon. No gun mods required. Converts in minutes.
.45 ACP, 12" barrel with 4 tactical rails (top, bottom and both sides).
Bolt is double-stack, single-feed.
Operates beautifully on full-auto (or semi-auto) host...
So, I made a trip up to the home range this morning to testing out magazines of various designs and vintages on the Mac-10. I was pleasantly surprised most worked just fine; including a few that just ran with zero problems. I've got a few more ordered based upon the research. (Mental note, I...
So I read an article in an old copy of Small Arms Review (SAR) that mentioned various conversions for the Mac-10 line of submachine-guns to run .22LR. One even ran off 10/22 magazines.
Circa Q1 2020, considering the price of bulk 9㎜ Parabellum ammo, is this worth the bother...
There is a SWD built Mac-10A1 in 9x19㎜ Parabellum on the way. I'm looking for the following parts:
Compatible, double-column, single-feed magazines of any capacity.
A spare barrel.
Wood furniture that would work with this one.
Drop me a note if you have any of those parts for sale. Thank...
Hopefully one of you has a Mac-10 9mm.
I have this 32rd magazine made by Cobray. Cobray went out of business a while ago it seems. Dealers, when they have it, want around $160 or more
I don't have a Mac-10 gun. Seems like a fun firearm. So I don't know much about them.
What I have...
So, I am looking long and hard at a transferable Mac-10 machine-pistol. If said is purchased, it must be transferred to this state, and then to yours-truly. The FFL/SOT I used for most of my F4 NFA fun has closed up shop, and the one I used in Rogue River afterwards is a complete train-wreck...
I am looking a Mac-type pistol that the barrel is threaded to ¾ x 10. Does anyone make an adapter to convert said to ½ x 28 or M13.5x1 LH?
I see a number of vendors that sell various conversions, but I haven't found that one yet. Thanks much.
I see there is an outfit called Velocity Arms that makes semi-automatic clones of the Mac type handguns in 9×19㎜ Parabellum and .45 ACP. I've been in communication with the manufacturer, though I am still waiting on details on some points.
Anyone have one of these and/or experience...