- WELL Ingram M11A1
- Metal and ABS construction
- Gas blowback feature
- Semi/Full Automatic
- Retractable stock
- Velocity: 300 FPS
An incredibly compact weapon, this is closer to a machine pistol then it is a submachine gun. At 1350 gr and approximately 253 mm, this thing occupies as much space and mass as a large pistol but with that metal magazine it pulls its center of mass central and low making it handle very cleanly with the ability to naturally turn around its center point quickly. The low weight is due to the fact that model is constructed from a combination of reinforced ABS plastick with metal parts.
The extendable stock is a big plus for such a compact gun that adds stability to the whole shooting experience. Although not strictly necessary, the frame stock offers a solid support for keeping that full auto fire on target. The weapon fires from an open bolt just like the real thing which is a nice touch if not ideal for outdoor gaming for reasons of fouling.
Speaking of fire, this M11 keeps the groups pretty tight; on full auto, things open up a bit with is 20 BBs per second rate of fire which can empty the entire 48 round magazine in less than 3 seconds. Consequently, controlled bursts of 2-3 rounds is entirely manageable with short trigger taps which helps keep your fire controllable but still high threat against your targets. Despite its controllability, its high cyclical rate means that even short bursts sound like small chainsaws exploding which does a good job of spooking the enemy.
The Ingram MAC-11 (Military Armament Corporation Model 11) is a subcompact machine pistol developed by American gun designer Gordon Ingram at the Military Armament Corporation (MAC) during the 1970s. The weapon is a sub-compact version of the Model 10 (MAC-10), and is chambered to fire the smaller .380 ACP round.