Mac 10 Parts Replacement Parts

M10 Sideplates

Over the years many manufacturers and thousands of individuals built MAC-10 style transferable sub-guns with three-piece frames and after many years of use, the side plates are battered and worn with elongated holes and some even warped.

These side plates were designed to fix any such issues found on older guns.

Made from 12 gauge mild steel and to .005″ tolerance with all holes accurately placed and precision jig drilled to the correct size, we at Inetoutcomes believe we can say that these are the best aftermarket side plates ever manufactured.

Designed to fit the ubiquitous and popular three-tab center section, a photo of which is shown for reference. They can also be easily made to fit the two types of non-tab center sections which are out there.

Intended only for lawful use by such persons as may be authorized by law.

We do not provide instructions for their use, or answer questions regarding their use, possess, or sell center sections.

” They can also be easily to fit the two types of non-tab center sections which are out there.” on the original website should read: ” They can also be easily made to fit the two types of non-tab center sections which are out there.”

M-10 Sideplates
Mac 10 Sideplates
Replacement Parts

MAC-10, M-10 Style Receiver Flat Frame Flat

MAC-10, M-10 Style Receiver Flat Frame Flat

Found in the basement and just come out of long-term storage!

In this listing are MAC-10 or M-10 style receivers or frame flats from which legally permitted firearms may be constructed. These flats were produced from original machinist drawings by a now-defunct maker and are accurate to within .005″! There may be a small amount of surface discoloration from the manufacturing process but no pitting and that of course will not be a problem for the home builder as the flat will be welded, ground on, and finished in a way that will probably require that it be dipped in some kind of aggressive cleaner anyway. Made of high-quality 12 gauge mild steel, these flats are just the thing for your firearm project and are ready to go!

Receiver Flat Frame Flat
Mac 10 Parts

MAC-10 .45/9MM Extractors

The rule of scarcity says that the scarcer any given thing is, the more expensive it becomes and this is true of these extractors. As near as we can tell this is the ONLY remaining stock in the world of these hard-to-find cast bolt MAC-10 .45/9MM cal. extractors. Get’em now while you still can. There are no more! Up for grabs in this listing are extractors for the .45 Cal. and 9MM MAC-10, the SWD and RPB versions, both semi and full-auto OPEN BOLT firearms, as well as a few of the early Cobray MACS built from spare parts which use the CAST bolt and the round shank extractor. These extractors are made of unobtainium and are nearly extinct because there has been no production in about 30 years. These have been in storage since 1990-1991 and may show finish imperfections but are new, have never been installed, and are original Powder Springs production. As with ALL extractors of this type, minor fitting and adjustments may be necessary. These extractors will NOT fit any version of the MAC-10 using a machined bolt or ANY CLOSED BOLT type! Various companies have promised that these would be back in stock but they seem never to materialize so get’em while the getting’s good!

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MAC-10, M-11/9 Sear Studs, Powder Springs, RPB, SWD, NOS

M-11/9 Machine Gun Replacement Sideplates RPB, Cobray, SWD, Powder Springs

MAC-10, M-10 Machine Gun Replacement Sideplates RPB, Cobray, SWD

M11/9 Full Auto Drilling Fixture Drilling Jig

MAC-10 .45 Cal Extractor! Powder Springs, SWD, RPB, Cobray

M11/9 And M-12, Subguns Rear Sling Straps! RBP, SWD Powder Springs

MAC-10 M-10 Full Auto Drilling Jig Drilling Fixture

MAC-10 Flat New Old Stock RPB, SWD, Powder Springs, Cobray

The Mac-10 is a blowback-operated submachine gun that fires from an open bolt. It is chambered in 9mm Parabellum or .45 ACP and features a telescoping bolt that reduces the overall length of the weapon. The Mac-10 was designed to be a lightweight and portable weapon that could be easily concealed or carried in a small bag or briefcase.

The Mac-10 gained notoriety in the 1970s and 1980s, when it became a popular weapon among gang members and criminals in the United States. Its high rate of fire and ease of use made it a popular choice for drive-by shootings and other violent crimes. The Mac-10 was also used by special forces units and law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Secret Service and FBI.

Despite its popularity, the Mac-10 has some notable drawbacks. Its high rate of fire and short barrel length make it difficult to control, and it can be inaccurate at longer ranges. It also has a reputation for being unreliable and prone to jamming. These issues have led many military and law enforcement agencies to replace the Mac-10 with more modern and reliable weapons.

Today, the Mac-10 is considered a classic weapon of the Cold War era and has become popular among collectors and enthusiasts. It has also been featured in numerous movies, TV shows, and video games, where it is often depicted as a weapon of choice for tough, streetwise characters.