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    MAC / RPB M10 Cutaway Serial Number 1

    Not sure if this has been posted here yet....but:

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/875808265

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    That is interesting.

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    For the man who has everything...
    EXCEPT for cutaway MAC10 SN#1...

    Def a cool collectors' piece! I dealt with the seller before - def has cool stuff.

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    I would love to see a video of the parts actuating. Especially the safety, trip, and stock lock. When you buy it Matt please take a video ;-)

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    Definitely cool.

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    A neat trinket.

    Coming soon to a range near you...cutaway thumb from the buyer shooting this and not paying attention.

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    Nice!

    I'd get a good set of gloves and shoot the heck out of this!

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    Like Rock Island auctions I know what I can spend and I'm about at that end for a wall hanger.

    As Charlie Sheen would say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncjeeper View Post
    Definitely cool.
    Sorry to go off-topic, but you guys fare okay in the earthquake this morning, NC Jeeper?

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    Yeah we fared fine. Didn’t feel it.

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    Wife felt it, I thought she was crazy till I got on Facebook. She is 6 most pregnant and was rolling over in bed and thought it was her big ol belly for a second 8-p

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    Ha! That's funny, Gaujo.

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    I wonder, would the lower function properly as-is? Could you put a regular, un-modified upper on there and safely shoot? I can't see any reason why not, but I'm no expert.

    The auction listing does say "designed to be fired" so I guess it should be fine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlaboss View Post
    I wonder, would the lower function properly as-is? Could you put a regular, un-modified upper on there and safely shoot? I can't see any reason why not, but I'm no expert.

    The auction listing does say "designed to be fired" so I guess it should be fine?
    Absolutely- only non functional areas are cut away- and a complete upper will definitely run if a partial one will.
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    So to your point.. this would be bad ass with a Lage upper installed!
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    Yeah the gun itself would function just fine as is, the suppressor on the other hand might not be as desirable to shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood886 View Post
    Yeah the gun itself would function just fine as is, the suppressor on the other hand might not be as desirable to shoot.
    ...and uncomfortable to grab hold of while firing.

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    When I first saw the listing, I was wondering if some clueless buyer would attempt to fire that suppressor.

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    I hope that "suppressor" doesn't transfer on a form 4 and isn't actually considered a suppressor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hood886 View Post
    I hope that "suppressor" doesn't transfer on a form 4 and isn't actually considered a suppressor.
    Since they classify a single wipe or baffle as a "suppressor," I'd think so. There appear to be whole baffles in there?

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