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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Nraman, Jul 17, 2010.

  1. tyromeo55

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    MMmmmm... Purdy and cheap (as far as NFA goes)
     
  2. Nraman

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    It looks like it would be a lot more controllable than the standard M11.
    Is that a modification to an existing M11, or something you buy as a unit?
     
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    It is a modification of am existing M11/9. You simply replace the stock upper with the Lage upper.
     
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    Which 9mm is a better choice, M10 or M11?
     
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    There are far more accessories/parts available for the M11/9. The 9mm M10 is bigger/heavier than it needs to be as it was originally designed for .45 ACP.
     
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    That was my uninformed opinion also.
     
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    If I remember correctly, the frame is a flat piece of steel that gets bent with holes openings etc. If so it should be easy to repair indefinitely. Right? Parts available?
     
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    Yes, the frame is a flat piece of steel that was bent and then welded at the rear. About the only thing that ever goes wrong with an M11/9 frame is the welds sometimes break, but that usually only happens to guys who try to up the cyclic rate with a Mac-Jack and Suppressor. If it does break a weld, it is easily repaired. All of the internal parts are readily available and easily replaced. The frame is the registered part and can be repaired, but never replaced.

    Short list of parts and accesories suppliers:

    http://www.cobray.com/

    http://www.rbgungraphics.com/macstuff.html

    http://www.usmachinegun.com/

    http://www.max-11.com/
     
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    I am starting to get the itch for an M11-9. I understand there are different makes like SWD, Cobray etc.
    Am I looking for a specific make?
    I may have to get in touch with the Major to start looking for a nice M11.
    I like the Lage conversion.
     

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