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SWD M11-9 - MAX-11 built by Richard Lage - Gemtech MK9 - Mepro M21 - Robar NP3


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Posts: 4059 | Location: AZ | Registered: July 18, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Impressive! MAC 11 2.0 improved version??

I see a MAC 11 with a hint of UZI and MP5 upgrades? Is it open bolt full auto??


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Yes, open heavy bolt full auto.
Winchester White Box MAX-11 heavy bolt 115 grain ROF = 609 rpm
Winchester White Box stock M11/9 115 grain ROF = 1484 rpm


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Yes, open heavy bolt full auto.
Winchester White Box MAX-11 heavy bolt 115 grain ROF = 609 rpm
Winchester White Box stock M11/9 115 grain ROF = 1484 rpm


WOW So a heavier bolt cuts down the Rate Of Fire in half to a more controllable rate.

Back in the days I remember adding additional buffers to a full-size UZI to increase ROF?

Is that a GemTech MK9 can?


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That is sharp. I love the blend of retro and modern.


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I like what you've done, nice upgrades!

This makes me think that I should pull mine out of the safe and make some changes. I wish mine had the folding stock.



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Kimberkid - I purchased several items from this company, one being a folding stock for my Cobray M11 SMG and I have been very very happy with this stock. Here is a link. I will get a couple of pictures posted here tomorrow when I get back home of my SMG. Hope this helps. Mark

https://www.usmachinegun.com/p....php?prod=M11SMG-FSA
 
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Kimber - Here are a few photos. Let me know if you would like to see this folding stock at any other angle. This bolted directly onto my Cobray in the existing stock attachment holes with no modifications. You pull the stock upward about 1/4” to get it to unlock from its folded locked position or opened locked position. Very robust stock, folding mechanism, and attachment to the SMG. Mark







 
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Thanks for the pictures … now the decision is made!


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Anybody with a M11/9 should search diligently for a tungsten “k” bolt. I can’t remember the company name now but it’s a heavy bolt that you replace the bolt with and it also slows the rate of fire down to very useable levels but without having to replace the upper.

I love Mac threads as I have a M10/45, a M11/9 and the diminutive M11A1 in .380.

Whatever caliber you choose a Mac is “a fist full of fuck yeah!!


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