THIS MACHINE PISTOL IS FULLY TRASNFERABLE.
Early M-10 made at the Military Armament Corporation (MAC) original Powder Springs, Georgia plant, 45acp, excellent condition with wooden butt stock.
Early M-10 in 9MM with six steel MAC magazines, superior to common plastic magazines.
Gordon Ingram’s first production submachine, the M-6 Military Model, 45 acp. Includes original bayonet, a very hard to find item (obtained from an Ingram subcontractor).
PM11/9mm semi-auto made by Leinad. Designed by Wayne Daniels, unfired.
A MAC rarity – the M-10 BRIEFCASE SYSTEM. This system’s M-10 in 45 acp was made by MAC in Powder Springs, Georgia. The RPB suppressor, purpose-designed for the briefcase application, serial number S0002K – the second suppressor made in this configuration! Note the barrel port cover – concealed beneath a business card on the side of the briefcase. Triggering device at the bottom of the case. This is the hard item to find centerpiece when assembling a MAC collection.
M10-A1 MAC 10 in 9mm, manufactured when MAC relocated to Marietta, Georgia. Original box. Virtually unfired.
Matching serial numbered M-10 in original box and Sionics suppressor with Nomex cover, both early products of the Powder Springs MAC plant. Unfired. With early green INGRAM SUBMACHINE GUN OPERATING MANUAL.