DeactivatedSubmachine GunsUsed£ 575
Ingram MAC 10 Submachine Gun. Deactivated to EU spec. Complete with detachable folding stock and Proof House Certificate the barrel is threaded to accept Sionics silencer.
This classic compact SMG was made famous by such films as McQ Three Days of the Condor Who Dares Wins Die Another Day and most recently Guy Richies Layer Cake.
In addition they were popular with SBS COPP reconnaissance divers who substituted them for diving weights as they found them of far more use when landing on a hostile beach and The Air Service for CRW operations.
£ 575.00 postage and packing £8.00 paypal +4%
I have had a number of people ask if this MAC 10 is strip-able or has moving parts and so I feel a little clarification on the law might help.
Pre -1995 Deactivated firearms could be fully stripped, post 1995 could not but it was still lawful to sell the strip-able pre -1995 deacts.
From 2 May 2017, the new legal provisions on firearms in the Police and Crime Act 2017, prohibit the sale, loan or transfer of any deactivated firearm that has not been deactivated to the current Home Office Technical standard. NOTE CURRENT standard.
IE The law was changed and if you now sell a pre 95 deact it is an offence as the weapon is now classed as being "defectively deactivated".
If you own a pre 95 deact that is still legal but you can not sell it gift it or pass it on through inheritance until it is brought up to the new standard and a new EU/UK Proof House certificate issued.
Consequently the Mac 10 in the advert has the UK/EU proof house certificate which confirms that they are not strip-able and are therefore legal to sell.
However if you particularly want a strip-able version it is legally possible.
A small number of Mac 10s were manufactured by the factory as inert models to the pre 1995/ German spec, as can be seen from the photographs showing the internal mechanism. These were used for trade shows and are indistinguishable from the deactivated version as they are made from the same parts but as they have never been firearms they are legally defined by the Home Office as realistic imitation firearms and therefore can be sold under the VCR 2006 rules they are more expensive at £950.00 but they are available and they are legal.
Photographs showing the internal mechanism are of the VCRA model only
But you would have to be VCR compliant if you are not currently It is not difficult and I could assist you if you are not already. The additional cost is £39.50 for the insurance.
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