Ingram M11 AIRSOFT
The Military Armament Corporation Model 11 or MAC-11 is a machine pistol developed by American firearm designer Gordon Ingram at the Military Armament Corporation (MAC) during the 1970s in Powder Springs, Georgia, United States. The weapon is a sub-compact version of the Model 10 (MAC-10), and is chambered to fire the smaller .380 ACP round. The rate of fire of the M-11A1 is one of the biggest complaints on the firearm. Listed as 1,200 rpm, the MAC-11 is capable of emptying its entire 32-round magazine in less than two seconds, which many users view as a drawback. Unlike in real life, the airsoft M11 is more popular than its larger cousin the Mac 10 with several models made by multiple brands, these include the Tokyo Marui Airsoft M11 EBB Airsoft Pistol, Maruzen Ingram Airsoft M11 Gas Blow Back Sub Machine Gun and the KSC Airsoft M11A1 (SYSTEM 7).
- KSC M11A1 Heavyweight Gas SMG (Japan Version) KSC-4544416121127$249.99
- Maruzen Ingram M11 Gas Blow Back Sub Machine Gun (New Version) MRZ-4992487861211$129.99