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Old 10-04-2013, 02:59 AM   #11
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I am guessing since it is a 22LR caliber that it may have come with a fake suppressor. Just for MAC10 look since I doubt that this could have been one that was grandfathered in since it is a 22 and not a 10mm like a MAC10 would be.
Original Ingram MAC10 (Military Armament Corporation, Model 10) was chambered in .45 ACP or optionally 9mm, designed in 1964 and produced from 1970-1973.

10mm auto was designed in 1983 as a project with Norma Ammunition and Jeff Cooper and introduced along with the Bren Ten automatic pistol, and made popular as Sonny Crocket's gun on the show Miami Vice
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I'm not sure the MAC 10 was ever offered in .22LR, either.

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I'm not sure the MAC 10 was ever offered in .22LR, either.
IIRC, i think there were some knock-offs in 22 rimfire, but they weren't MAC 10's or 11's, just looked like one.
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The ones I was referring to were the nfa full auto. At the time they only needed one stamp.to cover mg and suppressor. The 22lr don't fall in that category as therewerent an fa ones like that that fit the mac10 integral exemption.

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I had no idea it was ever offered in 10mm, only .45ACP, 9mm, and .380ACP. The 10mm version must be rare?

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As said-run away from this as fast as you can. Either a fake suppressor or a fake seller. BAD ju-ju here.

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As said-run away from this as fast as you can. Either a fake suppressor or a fake seller. BAD ju-ju here.
Thanks C3 I already emailed them and told em I couldnt buy. And thanks everyone else for the input, probably saved me from makin a mistake and ending up on the wrong end of some half assed ATF sting or something lol
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When I was an FFL dealer, most all Mac pistols, or Mac look a likes were sold with a barrel tube that did nothing except protect the shooter from sweeping his left hand. They looked cool, and helped sell the gun.

Sold lots of them back in the day.

They added about $30 to the price of the gun. No tax stamp needed, as they provided no noise reduction.

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When I was an FFL dealer, most all Mac pistols, or Mac look a likes were sold with a barrel tube that did nothing except protect the shooter from sweeping his left hand. They looked cool, and helped sell the gun.

Sold lots of them back in the day.

They added about $30 to the price of the gun. No tax stamp needed, as they provided no noise reduction.
I already asked them if it was a fake they said no
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As said-run away from this as fast as you can. Either a fake suppressor or a fake seller. BAD ju-ju here.
I agree with c3 here. Someone advertising a gun that doesn't exist with illegal modifications is likely a robber looking to get someones cash and their EDC. Whoever falls for this scheme will end up seeing his/her EDC used in an armed robbery or worse this weekend. I would forward any correspondence you had with this person to the sheriffs department. If he is on the up and up one of the deputies might want to purchase the gun. If he is what this deal appears to be the sheriffs department can nip a crime spree in the bud.
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