This is a ultra compact semi- and full-automatic electric submachine gun fully licensed by the the original manufacturer Cobray Company, USA. It features a front rail for accessories and a metal retractable stock. The charging handle operates like the real steel version for added realism, and provides access to the Hop-up adjustment dial in the ejection port. The MAC10 comes with a very cool-looking barrel extension tube. The package also includes a high capacity magazine, a battery and charger, everything needed at a great price.
Due to legal requirements, all silencers are empty and without foam or sound baffles. Therefore it feature no measurable sound reduction. It is intended for appearances only.
Ingram M10 also known as the MAC-10 (Military Armament Corporation Model 10) is a compact, blow-back operated machine pistol developed by Gordon B. Ingram in 1964.
The original M-10 was available chambered for either .45 ACP or 9mm and is larger in size then its sibling, the M11. The primary reason for the original M-10 finding recognition was its revolutionary sound suppressor designed by Mitchell Werbell III of Sionics. This suppressor had a two-stage design, with the first stage being larger than the second. This uniquely shaped suppressor gave the MAC-10 a very distinctive look. It was also very quiet, to the point that the bolt could be heard cycling, along with the suppressed report of the weapon's discharge. The M10 have been used in many South American countries and is seen in many movies.