Jing Gong MC10 Submachine Gun
This Airsoft AEG Gun is a replica of the military armament corporation model 10, or the MAC-10 for short. It is a compact machine pistol that was chambered in either .45ACP or 9mm and has seen use all over the world, namely in the Vietnam War by Special Forces.
Jing Gong MC10 Submachine Gun: Included Suppressor
The folding stock functions as per the real thing, and is opened by first unfolding the butt pad by squeezing the arms together and unfolding it. The entire assembly can then be slid backwards by pressing the button on the underside rear of the receiver and pulling it until it locks at the rear. Reverse the process to close it again. The included suppressor is proprietary to the MAC-10 and easily threads onto the front of the gun by twisting it clockwise. Whilst it is a mock suppressor, it does slightly dampen the muzzle report of the gun and make it a tad quieter.
The MAC-10 has an adjustable HOP, which is adjusted by pulling back on the charging handle and turning the dial inside the dust cover. This will apply backspin to the Airsoft BBs as they leave the muzzle and help achieve extra range at the cost of accuracy. The gun has both Semi and Full Automatic fire modes, controlled by the fire selector on the side of the receiver, as well as a trigger lock safety which will block the trigger and prevent the gun from firing. The magazine release can be found at the bottom rear of the pistol grip and needs to be pulled downward to remove the magazine.
Features Of The Jing Gong MC10 Submachine Gun
- MAC-10 Replica
- Alloy Upper Receiver
- 400rnd Magazine
- Suppressor Included
- Battery & Charger Included
- Ambidextrous Mag Release
- Semi & Automatic Firemodes
- Wheel Wound Magazine
More Info About The Jing Gong MC10 Submachine Gun
This Airsoft Gun is powered by a 7.2v 500mAH Airsoft Battery which is included in the box, along with a EU Pin Charger so that you can use it straight away once you have given the battery a full charge and sourced some BBs. The battery is installed in the front of the gun (check the connector to ensure you’re inserting it the right way round), which is accessed by putting the gun on safe (MUST be on safe) and pushing the alloy pin at the front of the receiver. Once this pin has been pushed, the muzzle assembly of the gun should pull away where you can access the battery connector. To remove the battery, pull on the polymer tab to lift the battery out again.
If you’re looking for the perfect CQB gun or a compact backup to a primary weapon, or just something fun and hilarious to tag your mates with, then the Jing Gong MC10 Submachine Gun is a strong contender.