MAC-10 (Full name: Military Armament Corporation Model 10, aka M-10) is an open bolt submachine gun or machine pistol developed in 1964 in US. It was built predominantly from steel stampings and has a telescoping bolt, which wraps around the barrel, makes this weapon finish in a compact size and balances the weight over the pistol grip when the magazine is located. However, the open bolt system it used result in a rapid rate of fire and the hard to control the muzzle climp.
MAC-10 shared the same magazine with M3 Grease Gun in order to save the cost of develop a new magazine, also its barrel is threaded to accept a suppressor, which worked by reducing the discharge's sound, without attempting to reduce the velocity of the bullet.
Metal Flash Hider with 14mm”-” mount.
Comes with a plastic Dummy silencer for MAC-10 only.
Plastic body frame with metal rear stock.
Constructed of Tokyo Marui Full Metal mini gear box.
Adjustable Hop up system.
Store the 7.2V micro batteries from the front after remove the muzzle part.
Ready to go for 280 - 300 FPS without modification.
Included a 7.2v micro battery with charger.
Included 420 rounds Hi-Cap Magazine.
Length : 295mm, 550mm (Stock extended)
Length (with silencer): 540mm, 790mm (Stock extended)
Inner Barrel Length: 131mm
Shooting Mode: Safety (Sepearted from the fire selector), Semi-Auto, Full-Auto
Weight (Gram): 1530 (gun with mag), 1780 (gun with mag and silencer), 2890 (With Box)
Gearbox Type: Tokyo Marui Full Metal mini gear box.
Power Source: 7.2v micro battery
Magazine Capacity: 420 rounds
Materials: Plastic and metal (Rear stock)
Bullet Type: 6mm BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity): 240 - 260 FPS
Manufacturer: Tokyo Marui