Here is the latest descendant of the Ingram Mac-10 machine pistol. The Ingram, the parent pistol, was invented in 1964 by Gordon Ingram and his Military Armament Corporations and variants of it saw service with Special Operations in Viet Nam and in domestic law enforcement applications in the United States and throughout the world. S.W. Daniel Company in Marietta Georgia began production of a semi-auto version in the late 1970s, but BATF stopped production in 1982 because the pistols fired from an open bolt and were too easy to convert. This is the M-11 type, closed bolt. This is the simple, sturdy model MPA30T. Manufacturer is Masterpiece Arms in Carrollton, Georgia. Construction is entirely steel, except for the polymer backstrap grip piece, magazine, and safety lever; and the anodized alloy dual slot short Picatinny rail forward of its trigger. Barrel is 4 inch 3/4 x 10 threaded, and the 30T comes with a blue steel barrel extension / fake suppressor. This pistol alone weighs 55 ounces, barrel piece 10.4 ounces, and empty magazine 4.4 ounces. Overall length is 11 inches, or 14 1/2 with the extension; and height is 11 inches with magazine inserted. Finish is military style matte blue. Sights, unlike the early models, is hood protected windage adjustable white outline alloy block rear, and SKS type elevation adjustable front white dot tipped. Each pistol comes in its factory hard shell lined case with barrel extension, magazine, loading tool, and factory flyer. An original transferable Ingram commands pricing in the 5 figure range. SWDs and Semi-Auto Ingrams have recently sold for upwards of $1,000 apiece. We're offering the M-10 type MPA30T in the photo or one of its identical mates, however, for only $ 419.00.
Not transferable to civilians in Aurora IL, California, Chicago Cook County IL, Connecticut, District of Colombia, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, or any other jurisdiction where Ingram, Cobray, SWD, Vulcan, or MPA Pistols are prohibited or restricted. For civilian buyers in jurisdictions where the pistols are not restricted, but the magazines are, $15 off with no magazine, includes Colorado.
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