Chambered in .45ACP, the MAC-10 was a popular American machine pistol designed in collaboration between famed suppressor designer Mitchell WerBell and firearms engineer Gordon Ingram. The two men along with a group of investors formed the Military Armament Corporation with the intent of marketing their new machine pistol to the US military as a potential replacement for the 1911 pistol.
The MAC-10 saw use with many clandestine organization including US Army Special Forces in the 1970s and 1980s. When paired with a Sionics sound suppressor designed by WerBell, it was a highly effective and low-cost weapon for covert missions.
Now available is the illustration accompanying the original patent application for the MAC submachine gun by inventor Gordon Ingram. The patent application was awarded in March 1972.
These posters are 11" by 17" and printed on heavy 65-lb paper for a memorable texture and durability. All printed posters are sourced from a small, local family-owned business. Each poster is shipped in a 12" x 2" cardboard shipping tube.
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