MAC 10 Powder Springs Parts Set and Mags in 9mmNone - Gun Parts and Accessories -
Up for sale is a complete mint, unused Powder Springs parts set. This parts set is for your 9mm Powder Springs or early RPB over-stamp receiver. (Receiver not included) All parts were produced in the early 70’s. This set will only fit the MAC Powder Springs or early RPB over-stamp receivers that has the lower notch cut out, which is located under the barrel. This parts set came off of a never used, still sealed in the original factory bag, complete Powder Springs Ingram. This NFA Firearm was sealed in the factory bag and was stored away since the 70’s until I purchased the MAC in Oct 2009 from Ruben Mendiola. I carefully stripped the mint parts set from the receiver and then transferred the stripped receiver in Jan 2012. After I removed the entire parts set, I then stored them in an air tight sealed box with silica to insure their mint condition. If you have plans to refinish your receiver and then install this part set, you can then market your newly refurbished NFA MAC as mint and never used. By installing this parts set on your refinished receiver, it will increase the marketability of your investment 3 or 4 times its current value. MOST IMPORTANT TO ANY BUYER: Parts set comes with a significant amount of paper work to establish provenance. Provenance includes previous email communications, copies of BATF transfers, original auction listing and pictures, and a notarized affidavit. This provenance guarantees that the buyers investment purchase will continue to increase in value and that this parts set is unused and in mint condition. Also, this listing comes with 4 original mac 9mm magazines from Powder Springs with an original box. Extremely hard to find and essential for your investment if you own a MAC in 9mm. Box of original Magazines and all parts are all early 70’s production. Magazines shows slight wear to finish. The reason why the early 70’s parts are in high demand is because Military Armament Corporation applied an expensive high temperature heat treating process to the metal, making them last longer. This was only done in the early 70’s to make MACS marketable for potential military contracts.
- Expiring Date: June 2, 2019, 6:35 p.m.
- Shipping Cost: $80.00
- Shipping: Seller Will Ship!
- Location: Texas
- Listing ID: #872