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    Mac uppers and accessories

    Just wondering if there is a thread of all the uppers and accessories that are currently available/ discontinued for the Mac firearms. I would think this would be good for new shooters and people looking to see what this platform can do especially with all the knowledge here on this forum . Maybe make it a sticky for historical purposes?

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    For now your best source is here http://mac-11.info/

    But let's give this a go. I've put the uppers I could think of and I'm only counting production release items. I've left it open to editing to others so please add anything else not in there.
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    I'm not going to even attempt accessories. I'll leave that to any who are up for it.
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    Historical accessories. Just a few from way back.

















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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaujo View Post
    For now your best source is here http://mac-11.info/

    But let's give this a go. I've put the uppers I could think of and I'm only counting production release items. I've left it open to editing to others so please add anything else not in there.
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    I'm not going to even attempt accessories. I'll leave that to any who are up for it.

    Ooo I like that! Cool!

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    Ok...Who has the Bayonet mounts?
    Been a few sets on GB recently.

    I'm picture challenged but have 10 or more uppers and 11 stock sets for the M11
    M 10 collection is growing
    then theres the Baby....werk in progress..

    Some are Horribly ugly but they are mine.

    Lots of odd stuff still evades me.

    The Pop bottle adapter being one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theduke View Post
    Ok...Who has the Bayonet mounts?
    Been a few sets on GB recently.

    I'm picture challenged but have 10 or more uppers and 11 stock sets for the M11
    M 10 collection is growing
    then theres the Baby....werk in progress..

    Some are Horribly ugly but they are mine.

    Lots of odd stuff still evades me.

    The Pop bottle adapter being one of them.

    Bayonet mounts? Didn’t even know that had been done, I’m such a newb, lol. On the pop-bottle adapter, I’ve seen thread adapters that go from 1/2-28 to a coke bottle, but figured they were intended for .22s. Wouldn’t a 9mm or .45 just blow them apart? Was this a factory or aftermarket thing?

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    It was a Factory Cobray thing. Pop Bottle Adapter.
    66666666666666666666666666666666666666666666

    The Bayo's look like the Throughing ninga star(got one) thing but just one blade per caliber adapter.


    Bayo's one for every gun..NOT MINE

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/892857054


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    Wow, that is some junkyard-lookin approach to a bayonet. Weirdly apropos for the MAC. Trying to picture either tiger-stripe clad clandestine guys or Miami cocaine commandos with those things stuck on the end of their guns.

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    Timkel,

    How does that Wooden Fish-tail stock feel on an M10?

    That one looks a little different than the ones I have seen in the old catalogs it has more fish-tail /MG42 look to it. I am considering making a replica on one of those retro wood stocks as they are relatively simple construction. The Green canvas sling appears to be a USGI utility strap sling they ink marked with Cobray logo (cool)- these were popular for slings in Vietnam. They are inexpensive surplus still today and good slings. I picked a few up recently to couple to the MAC.

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    Any details on what books Fred Rexer wrote? I'd like to read and scan them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherenkov View Post
    Timkel,

    How does that Wooden Fish-tail stock feel on an M10?

    That one looks a little different than the ones I have seen in the old catalogs it has more fish-tail /MG42 look to it. I am considering making a replica on one of those retro wood stocks as they are relatively simple construction. The Green canvas sling appears to be a USGI utility strap sling they ink marked with Cobray logo (cool)- these were popular for slings in Vietnam. They are inexpensive surplus still today and good slings. I picked a few up recently to couple to the MAC.
    I don't know who made that stock but it was well done. The stock slides in and locks up tight, no wiggle and comfortable. There are steel spacers in the wood between the rails to maintain alignment. The only down side is the added weight. I have tried many aftermarket stocks. This is the only one I kept. But the stock I use the most is the original folder, light and compact.
    Yes, the slings were just USGI utility straps in cotton or nylon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rchaisch View Post
    Any details on what books Fred Rexer wrote? I'd like to read and scan them.
    Check ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackjack View Post
    Ooo I like that! Cool!
    Thanks! Feel free to add what I missed and take a crack at accessories if you're up for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by T3heli View Post
    Just wondering if there is a thread of all the uppers and accessories that are currently available/ discontinued for the Mac firearms.
    http://www.uzitalk.com/forums/showth...8125-Web-Sites...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaujo View Post
    Thanks! Feel free to add what I missed and take a crack at accessories if you're up for it
    Here is the rarest and most expensive accessory for any MAC:


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    I've got a few things not in the pix.

    They really did make a lot of crap and i use the word crap figuralativly when you look at all the wing nut stuff they did.

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    Here is a video of some of the Cobray accessories I bought for my M11/9.

    https://youtu.be/_kpNTaixjvQ

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    Anything left

    I need a m10 9 mm threaded barrel,a full bolt assembly and a feed ramp.can you help.staybusy217@yahoo.com,lol sorry bro thought was for sale.

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