MAC with 25 minutes of suppressed win:

suppressor-x-rayA lot of good info and comparison testing, even if you’re familiar with suppressors it’s worth the watch.

I’m really looking forward to the new review of the KEL-TEC KSG Shotgun he’s going to release soon.  If you remember, he bought himself one as a birthday gift in July 2013 and it was the biggest POS ever. WAIT A MINUTE MAC LET ME FINISH WHAT I GOTTA SAY… I don’t know why you fuck with KEL-TEC’s anyway. Real Talk.

I’m still looking forward to the day NFA laws are deemed pointless, so I can purchase a case of disposable Glock brand Glock suppressors.

Thoughts? Milton? Milton?


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MAC weighs in:

I always like this guy.

I’m pretty sure Starbucks will let it blow over as he said, as long as this whole “I HAVE RIGHTS.  I WANT TO OPEN CARRY MY M134 MINIGUN.  DON’T TREAD ON ME” thing doesn’t get more derpy.

I wonder if he threw that Kel-Tec KSG of his in the wood chipper yet?

Thoughts?  I don’t know if anyone has anything left to say… we’ve pretty much been beating this to death for a week now.


Sturmgewehre takes a look:

The bill Democrats will introduce would limit magazines, belts, drums, feed strips and “similar device[s]” to 10 rounds of ammunition. It would allow people to hold on to the “large capacity ammunition feeding device[s]” that they currently own, but prohibit them from buying others or transferring the ones they have.

ClipMagazineLessonThe full story over at Huff Post.

Is it just my imagination, or are a lot of people actually now correctly calling magazines “magazines”… not “clips”?


M-1000s are hardly dynamite by the traditional definition, but seeing as they got them from China town, they might have more than the usual amount of explosives in them.

Doesn’t look like those hipsters will be surfing the web for indy music, ironic t-shirts, and raybans anymore with that mac.


A similar (or the same?) MAC-11 M11A1 modification to accept Glock magazines which I blogged about back in March is up for sale on Gunbroker:

Link to auction –

The minimum bid is $5479, which seems steep to me. I have no idea how much those things are worth, but I think id rather have a few other guns than that one.  It has been re-listed on Gunbroker a lot of times.

Hat tip: theoperator


And converted from .380 to 9mm:

Was constructed from a .380 small MAC and a CCF Raceframe aftermarket stainless steel glock frame ($320).

The modification definitely improved ergonomics.  The rate of fire (ROF) is apparently comparable to a Glock18.

Another clear advantage of this conversion is that the 33 round 9mm Glock magazines (~$30) are less than 1/2 the price of the OEM 32 round zytel (plastic) Cobray magazines.  This is going by the $75 price on Cobray’s website , although the magazines do appear to be available for cheaper on online auction sites such as gunbroker.

One thing you’re giving up by doing the conversion is the ability to use these awesome aftermarket 58 round magazines available for 9mm regular MAC-11 conversions :P