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U.S. Thompson M1928 New Made Display SMG with 50 Drum Magazine- Gangster Style

Regular price $295.00

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New Made Item: The infamous Thompson Model 1928 aka the "Tommy Gun" was favored by every mobster and gangster in the prohibition era and after for its firepower and portability. It was a common sight of the time, being used by both law enforcement officers and criminals. The Thompson was also known informally as: the "Tommy Gun," (the tommy gun is actually the Thompson M1928) the "Trench Broom," the "Trench Sweeper," the "Chicago Piano," the "Chicago Typewriter," and the "Chopper", the manufacturer referred to this as the "Commercial Model". Even the infamous John Dillinger, Public Enemy Number One, favored the Thompson submachine gun.

This replica is true to the original and comes complete with vertical foregrip, finned barrel and signature Cutts Compensator. The bolt cocks and releases when you pull the trigger. The military version of this model introduced later was made famous by Troops of the 101st and 82nd Airborne during World War II and the Korean Conflict. This is one of the most recognizable firearms in U.S. History.

The bolt cocks and fires from an open position. This non-firing replica also has a solid wood stock and grip, metal alloy construction and a removable 50 round display drum magazine. The rear sight can be raised or lowered. So go ahead, operate the bolt, cock the weapon, change the magazine, and pull the trigger; the bolt flies home! Even the weight is accurate at10 pounds. This is a HIGH QUALITY item and it is available at a fabulously reasonable price. A great option if you don't want to spend over $1250 for our WW2 Thompson 1928A1 display gun built from original parts.

Length: 34" Weight: 10 lbs.

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