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Ingram Model 11
The smaller version of the M10 in Lego form.
About this creation
The Ingram M11 was developed in the 1970's by Gordon Ingram as a smaller version of his earlier M10 subgun. Advertised as a potential police weapon, it fired the .380 cartridge and, with the stock removed, is actually smaller than a Desert Eagle. It could be fitted with a very effective Sionics suppresser.

My own version was nothing more than a smaller update of my M10, with the addition of features that I wished I'd put into the original. That is, it has a moving bolt, removable magazine, fully extendable stock and a better trigger guard, as well as the carrying strap attachment point at the round, under the exposed barrel.

Have a look at the pics and tell me what you think.

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   Left side, you can see the two stiffening ribs along the upper reciever.



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   On the right we have the ejection port instead of the ribs.



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   The curve of the handle.



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   Magazine slides in and out; the part beneath the grip when inserted in two studs wide, the part that goes in is one stud wide so as to fit.



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   The top, we can see the charging handly and also the way the magazine gets thinner.



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   Same from the left.



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   Ejection port and charging handle, closed.



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   Half open.



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   And completely retracted.



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   Stock fully retracted.



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   Left side, same.



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   A good time to see the construction of the stock.



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   Notice that there is no front sight, thanks to a lack of room between the angular wings that would be on either side of it.



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   The trigger guard is made in the way that I've been using more recently, as opposed to the brick and plate style of the M10.



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   Another addition is the little attachment point for a strap like this one, as seen [so I'm told] in the game Counter-Strike.



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   Compared alongside a minifig, notice that the M11 is smaller than the M10.



Comments

 I like it 
  June 30, 2009
check out mine at youtube. url:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QaZaz32O9s
 I like it 
  June 1, 2008
whahahaha,coooool! you can do the things with it like a real one,the only thing;it cant shoot. who cares?
Robert P.
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patrick hafer
  November 25, 2007
man! thats even better than my MAC 10!!! i vote five! (click my link to see my MAC 10.)
 I like it 
  April 13, 2007
Mac-11! My fav gun! It looks amazingly accurate, and is all sleek! Excellent job!
 I like it 
  August 8, 2006
Great Ingram! Everything is perfect! I especially like the stock and how accurate it is. Awesome job, and keep up the good work. : )
 I like it 
  June 26, 2006
a great model as usual, i kinda borrowed your handgrip design in the mac's for my uzi, which is relatively new, i like the upgrades to make the gun the 11, the stock is improved to great effect, i like the strap and ejection port, i also made a modified mac 10, which i think is called a mac 10 elite, wit a modified cocking mechanism, optional silencer, and the same foward sights as a mp5, great work, once again
 I like it 
  June 24, 2006
excellent. The only problem i have is that the inside of the case ejection system should be grey, not black. Overall, Very good.
 
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