RPB Industries M11A1 - .380 ACP

The Ingram MAC-11 (Miltary Armament Corporation Model 11) is a machine pistol developed by American gun designer Gordon Ingram at the Miltary Armament Corporation (MAC) during the 1970s. The weapon is a sub-compact version of the Model 10 (MAC-10) and is chambered to fire the smaller .380 ACP round. The MAC-11 is a small automatic weapon with a very high rate of fire.

In an outbreakEdit


The MAC-11 is a compact weapon and it can deliver a huge burst of bullets when fired. If fired in controlled bursts, it can tear a zombie's face apart. This weapon's silencer can be quite useful when dealing with a gang of zombies or group of people. Dual wielding two MACs is not recommended, as it is very hard to control the bursts with just one arm. This weapon has a small grip and a small foldable stock.

The .380 ACP round is common on the civilian market as a favored self-defense round, so it may be commonly found in homes and other places.


The MAC-11 is the least-common version of the MAC family firearms due to the .380 ACP round having insufficent stopping power. A poorly trained wielder may go and fire fully automatic, expending the magazine in little more than a second. The MAC-11 has an enormous recoil because of its small size, low weight and very high rate of fire. Firing a one second burst will cost you $15, £22, or €12.

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