Hybrid printed tubing design.
A new bullpup version of the FGC-9 currently being developed and tested by several groups. Like the FGC-9, It can be made anywhere in the world using a 3D printer and a few bits of steel bar and hydraulic tubing from Aliexpress.
‘Made as USA’ in either Miami Florida or Darra Adam Khel.
Sent in by a reader: A Mac copy constructed from steel box tube and chambered in .38 Special. It apparently fires well enough.
A typical favella narco gang loadout. The ‘General’ gets to pack the MAC knock-off where as his lowest ranking Lieutenant must work his way up to earn the privilege of getting a magazine for his ‘MADE AS ISRAEL’ Tec-9.
The local gang armorers are pumping these things out in ever increasing numbers from a few dollars worth of scrap pipe and the authorities are helpless to stop it.
A confiscated MAC type submachine gun pictured next to what looks like a S&W Model 1905.
Standard Brazilian horticultural kit.
A Vietnam war bring-back sten gun copy made from square tubing. Sadly on this example the receiver is cut into several pieces but some nice details of the bolt’s fabrication can be seen.
At least the rate of fire is somewhat manageable compared with the Vol.2 version.