Distalradius on Uzitalk forums posted up this gem of a Max-11 that he customized with wooden furniture. He wanted a stock with the right LOP and drop to allow him to get a proper sight picture with the aftermarket uppers such as the Lage upper on there now. For more information and pictures, you can see them in the thread on Uzitalk.



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  • Not Your Adverage SMG

    Hefty hefty hefty

    • DistalRadius

      Yeah its now about nine pounds unloaded. (I removed the 14oz weight I had in the buttstock. No tangible benefit.) That puts it right around G3 territory. Pretty heavy for a 9mm subgun, but still lighter than a Thompson. Of course, that just makes it more stable during long strings of fire. Not planning on carrying it long distances. She’s built for comfort, not speed.

  • Zeropoint

    When an Uzi and a Tommy Gun love each other very much . . .

  • SP mclaughlin

    Why are there MACs on Uzitalk?

    • Anon. E Maus

      They’re kind of a general subgun forum, in a way.

  • iksnilol

    This killed my arousal. Yet I want one.

  • Ceiling Cat

    I have always liked that style of FAL handguard. Very sexy.

    • hikerguy

      It does give it a certain aesthetic, does it not? Always thought the FN FAL was a handsome firearm, if such a thing is possible.

  • Joe

    Someone needs to talk to Masterpiece Arms about this. MACs are basically steel bricks, and wooden furniture really softens up the lines.

    • Harry’s Holsters

      That furniture with the integral Suppressor make this an extremely appealing gun. I’d love to see a production model.

  • Harry’s Holsters

    Great Looking Gun! Thanks for Sharing.

  • gunsandrockets

    Pretty good looking for a frankengun.

  • UCSPanther

    A hypothetical take on the Ingram M10 were it around during WWII…

  • Ryfyle

    I’ll Take it in 10mm Auto, please.