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    Quote Originally Posted by AK shooter View Post
    I don't understand why trust take longer.
    Probably because of 41f. They require fingerprints and photographs for every one listed in trusts now. My last one was done right before 41f hit and my next one will likely be done as an individual because it would be a huge hassle to get all of my family members fingerprinted and photographed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heimdal View Post
    Probably because of 41f. They require fingerprints and photographs for every one listed in trusts now. My last one was done right before 41f hit and my next one will likely be done as an individual because it would be a huge hassle to get all of my family members fingerprinted and photographed.
    This is my thought process as well.

    I have nobody else else on the trust, so mine takes as long as an individual, but others have lots of trustees and all those prints are jamming the system up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heimdal View Post
    Probably because of 41f. They require fingerprints and photographs for every one listed in trusts now. My last one was done right before 41f hit and my next one will likely be done as an individual because it would be a huge hassle to get all of my family members fingerprinted and photographed.
    I am the only one on the trust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK shooter View Post
    I am the only one on the trust.
    Yes, but the line our forms are in is full of trusts with multiple people/print cards.

    This is assuming the trust and individual forms are put into distinct piles, which the wait times would seem to indicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jithaca View Post
    Nothing exciting in the AK world. Jut a MAC M11 380. The price was right.
    Nice, which particular variety M11-380 did you get, some use different mags, how do you like it so far?

    Just today I picked up my SIONICS 9mm can, 45 years old !!, was 11 months wait. Figure to put on my RPB M11-380.




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    It is an original Military Armament Corporation made in Marietta GA. Early enough that the caliber marking appears to have been one that was marked 9mm, but was then relief cut and restamped 380. Have not had a chance to try it out yet.
    Raised in New Mexico, where the Hell else do you sneak out in the backyard and shoot off an Atom Bomb or three, instead of a firecracker ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jithaca View Post
    It is an original Military Armament Corporation made in Marietta GA. Early enough that the caliber marking appears to have been one that was marked 9mm, but was then relief cut and restamped 380. Have not had a chance to try it out yet.
    It was the early 380's that had the 9mm KURZ milled out and re-stamped, so I suspect yours is model: Ingram M11 ?

    My oldest 380 is the model: MAC M11, Gordon Ingram had just been fired so Military Armament Corp., Power Springs removed his name from all their M11 & M10 receivers henceforth.

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    So were the Powder Springs guns earlier than the Marietta marked guns?
    Raised in New Mexico, where the Hell else do you sneak out in the backyard and shoot off an Atom Bomb or three, instead of a firecracker ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jithaca View Post
    So were the Powder Springs guns earlier than the Marietta marked guns?
    Yes, which model is yours, Ingram M11.. or ?

    Below are the 380-acp "baby Mac" models in order of progression (best as I recall)

    Ingram M11, by Military Armament Corp, powder springs
    MAC M11 by Military Armament Corp, powder springs
    M11-A1 by Military Armament Corp, Marietta
    M11-A1 by RPB Industries, Atlanta
    sM11-A1 by RPB Industries, Atlanta semi-auto open-bolt, banned from production in '82.
    M11-A1 by SWD Incorporated, Atlanta, fewer made but most had the unpopular FAT (Zytel) grip-magwell.

    I paid $150 for my first MAC back in 1990, still have it
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    Last edited by jithaca; 02-24-2018 at 07:01 AM.
    AK shooter, RMA and Fiorentino like this.
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    Military Armament Corp transitioned from Powder Springs to Marietta sometime in 1974. Serial # first digit is the caliber (1-45, 2-9mm, 3-380) and 2nd digit is year so yours is 1974. Very nice sub gun there !! I have loads of Brown Bear 380, had no problems with it. FTF Enterprises sells RPB brand replacement mags for it that work good.

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    Thanks for the info on the gun. Do you know anything about the Gem Tech Viper suppressor that is setup for the M11 in 380?

    Have you tried one of the 10 rnd mags?
    Last edited by jithaca; 02-25-2018 at 04:11 AM.
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    I can't believe you wasted money on something non AK.

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    the plan to is to sell it and pocket big cash for another not needed AK project. You know how my plans to sell stuff goes...
    Raised in New Mexico, where the Hell else do you sneak out in the backyard and shoot off an Atom Bomb or three, instead of a firecracker ...

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    Thatís good news. It took me just shy of 18 months on a form 4 for a pistol can, which I purchased through The Silencer Shop, on the day before 41F went into effect in July of 2016. I took delivery of it in mid-January of 2018. What a pain.

 

 
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