The MAC-10 (English: Military Armament Corporation Model 10; also known as M-10) is a highly compact, blowback operated machine pistol developed by Gordon B. Ingram in 1964. It was used by the United States military in the Vietnam War by special forces.

The M-10 fires either .45 ACP or 9x19mm Parabellum cartridges from a 30-32 round magazine placed in the pistol grip at a rate of fire of around 1100 rounds per minute with an effective range of 50-80m.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam

In Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam, the M10 issued to the Engineer kit. It has a 40 round magazine. Its rate of fire is identical to that of the UZI, which can put the M10 at a disadvantage since it has lower damage than the UZI, but this balanced by the M10's higher accuracy and lower recoil. It has a peace (☮) symbol scratched into the back of the gun


External links

  1. Bad Company 2 | DenKirson on Xanga - retrieved December 19th, 2010
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