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Ingram MAC10 Submachine gun . My rubberband shooting replica of the highly compact Submachine gun: The Ingram MAC10! . The rubberband it fires. My Ingram MAC10, other side. The Ingram MAC10 like you will see him on the most pictures. The Ingram MAC10 without buttstock. The Ingram MAC10 without frontsight. The whole mechanism. Holds about 13 rubberbands. The outside-part of the mechanism. Like you can see, most pieces are black, so they are almost invisible. The gun has got a simple, yet effective safety switch. Safety is on right now. Now, the safety is off. The trigger pulled. Again, "The short triggerpull" mechanism. The Ingram MAC10 is fully loaded right now. A look from the back. The Ingram MAC10 fully loaded, sideview. FPS view. Second FPS view. A quite nice picture, to me. Picture of me holding the Ingram MAC10, taken in a nice position. Side view of me holdig the gun. And I still have the Bolt-action rifle. I alway dreamed of making a highly compact Submachine gun. And the Ingram MAC10 was the solution for it! I finally made the worldfamous Ingram MAC10, wich fires 13 rubberbands in semi-auto. I'm very proud of it, and I hope you like it. I do. I didn't wanted to take the Bolt-action rifle apart. So that's another reason I've builded an Ingram MAC10. Instructions will not be made. You scolled all the way down, so why wouldn't you leave a comment?


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