IF JAMES BOND HAD A M11....
Right out of the 1970’s Espionage era comes this leather covered tactical case with a highly desirable Powder Springs Ingram RPB over-stamp M-11 in .380 ACP with .380 Military Armament Company, Atlanta suppressor.
The tactical case is specifically designed to hold this model machine gun and suppressor positively and securely. There is a steel brass deflector shield in the lid of the case to protect the interior of the case when the gun is fired. Firing actuating lever is located at the bottom or the case. Business card holder at one leading edge of case is where projectiles would exit upon firing. The method of employing this case would be that the user would carry the case under their arm, step up close to the intended target, and then actuate the lever, spraying bullets into the target, then walk away.
Overall appearance and finish is near excellent. The M11 has the original smooth grey finish with one or two handling marks. Bore is very fine, shiny and bright with some firing residue. Suppressor bore also extremely fine as is bolt face. Mechanics are crisp. The tactical case is in unused condition with leather covering remaining extremely fine, and the interior devoid of any indication of firing residue. Side of receiver states "9mm" but it is actually in .380 ACP. In addition to the machine gun, suppressor and tactical briefcase, four magazines are included with this package.
This machine gun and suppressor package is owned by Capitol Armory and is on a Form 3 for immediate transfer.