INGRAM M10 Steel series

INGRAM M10 pistol carbine for Laser Tag
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60 oz (1.7 kg)
16 in (45 cm)
500 ft
Up to 30 hours.
Li+ (3 Ah; 7,4V)
Li+ (8,4V; 1000 mA) (additional option)

The INGRAM M10 also known as the MAC-10 is a submachine gun (SMG) that was designed by Gordon B. Ingram in the 1960s. It was first produced by the Military Armament Corporation (MAC) in 1964 and was later manufactured by other companies The M10 is also known as the MAC-10. The M10 is a compact lightweight stamped steel construction SMG that is known for its high rate of fire and ease of concealment. One of the defining features of the M10 is its detachable box magazine that holds up to 30 rounds of ammunition. The M10 also has a folding stock that makes it more compact for storage and transportation. It also has a threaded barrel that can accept a suppressor or flash hider. The M10 has been used by various military and law enforcement agencies around the world. It has also been featured in numerous films, TV shows, and video games, making it a popular weapon in popular culture.

The primary advantage of the "INGRAM" submachine gun is its all-steel body, which makes it suitable for use in harsh environments.

M 10 Ingram laser tag SMG left side

The compact electronics are housed inside the case and include a motherboard, a miniseries speaker, and a standard 2.2 Ah battery that provides up to 36 hours of gameplay on a single charge. Please note that an optional vibration motor for recoil simulation and online stat tracking will increase energy consumption and reduce battery life.

Measuring 16.1 inches (41 cm) in length and weighing 3.7 lbs (1.7 kg), the tagger is turned on by turning the key in a special lock on the bottom of the housing.

M 10 Ingram laser tag SMG socket

The "INGRAM" laser tag set features a specially modified reloading and trigger mechanism. The trigger is smooth thanks to the use of microswitches and springs of varying stiffness, while the free travel of the bolt is increased, improving its durability and stability.

The submachine gun has a range of up to 500 feet (roughly 150 meters) with the Prism optics version and up to 1,000 feet (about 300 meters) with the Parallax optics version.


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