- Jing Gong MC10 Semi / Full Auto AEG
- Polymer construction
- Retractable stock
- Picatinny rail on the receiver
- Length: 295 - 550 mm (540 - 790 with silencer)
- Inner Barrel Length: 131 mm
- AEP type gearbox
- Includes the MAC10, magazine, battery and charger
The JG MAC-10 is a small electric SMG that will definitely make heads turn on the field. It might be small, but its design is unique and it works like a champ.
The JG MAC-10 is comprised almost entirely of plastic, aside from a few key parts which help with the strength and weight balance. The metal parts are the front strap mount, magazine, and folding/retractable stock assembly, with pretty much everything else being made of plastic.
The gun is finished with a matte black finish with a matte black rubberized finish on the mock mock silencer.
The stock is a retractable unit which folds at the rear to rest on top of the receiver. The sliding arms are made of metal and the actual shoulder hoop is made of steel.
To extend the stock, you squeeze the shoulder hoop and rotate it down, followed by pushing the button at the bottom of the receiver to extend it. You can remove it entirely by extending it fully, then pushing the button again to pull it off.
There are two separate selector switches on the gun, one for safety and the other to select your fire mode. The safety switch is located to the right of the trigger and is quite stiff. The selector switch on the left side of the receiver allows you to switch between semi and full auto in a 180 degree sweep.
Included with the gun is the massive mock silencer which doubles as your foregrip. At the muzzle, you'll find a metal loop that is designed to mount a front strap.
Aiming the MAC-10 is a bit of a futile exercise, as the rear sight is a simple hole in the rear plate and the front is a non adjustable wide post that is mostly blocked by the cocking handle. Just aim down the barrel and you'll be good to go.
The battery compartment is accessible by removing the entire front assembly off the receiver. To free it, you just click the gun to safe and push the large front pin to the side, which will pop the whole front assembly off.
The battery is an AEP type one. It offers 7.2 Volts and 500 mAh. Its power is enough to push around 500 BBs before needing recharging.
Inside the MAC-10, you'll find a special AEP type metal gearbox, which appears to be the same type tucked inside the MP7. It uses a special 4 gear system and is fitted with nylon bushings. It uses a short piston assembly with a ported cylinder, optimized for the short barrel length. You can access the hop-up adjuster by pulling back the cocking handle.
The included magazine is a full metal hi-cap which holds 470 or so rounds in it. The magazine fits into the grip and is released using a lever located at the bottom of the grip. The gun is compatible with the TM 65 round mags, so you can get those instead.