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    macguy: Now I get the connection: Stepan's "Auto" Service. I wondered how a car repair shop got involved with MACs

    Is all the information and services offered on your website (http://www.macmanworld.com/home) still accurate and available?

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    Badass indeed... if 2010 was/is recent, bit concerned too if accurate and good to go for services now? Anyone had direct recent service/transactions?

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    If it really is Randal posting he'd be about 75 now so don't know how active he is. It shows his license expired 2020. If it's really him, he does know his stuff. There used to be bunch of MAC owners in Vegas going back to the mid seventies.

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    Can confirm. I just bought a Mac from an owner from that area in the 70s that had crazy accessories.
    Check out my Youtube channel

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    Welcome macguy!
    Excellent to have your knowledge and experience here.
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    Welcome- another great day to have a Mac!

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    HE is ALIVE !!

    Quote Originally Posted by gww250 View Post
    If it really is Randal posting he'd be about 75 now so don't know how active he is. It shows his license expired 2020. If it's really him, he does know his stuff. There used to be bunch of MAC owners in Vegas going back to the mid seventies.
    Why, yes; I am still a live and doing what I can to keep the Ingram M's alive and working. As to being 75 years, that is correct. I still, work on any Ingram, Uzi, and reising firearms that people need help with. As to my FFL, it is still current, so keep those cards and letters coming in.

    R.J. Stepan
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    Texas Mac 10 extractor:
    To owner of a TX Mac who wanted an extractor for his .45acp; Well I did check and I do have a cast extractor, it may need to be fitted to your upper. If it is stilled required
    contact me at spymaster@netzero.net and we can try arrange to take care of this matter for you.

    R.J. Stepan

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    Plodder;
    Yes it is, more or less

    R.J. Stepan

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    Jmacken37;
    Just to pull your exhaust, I can't drive a M!ATAS, I am forced to drive a GT350

    macguy

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    I know this has been asked but I cant find it in the search. Do you have a ballpark of how many of each type of MAC is on the NFA registry as a transferable?

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    You would think the ATF should be required to post such stats on it's website? They post all other types of stats...

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    They post total number but dont break it down by type of MG.

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    O okay, it's government what do expect truth and accountability? Least they fart out that one stat.

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    This is to the Ingram owner who requires a safety for his Texas Mac pistol. This part is out of stock, a safety similar to the one in the open bolt pistols could be made to work in your firearm
    macguy

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    Woah, cool. I'd love to hear some stories or see some pics!

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