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1927 Thompson .45 --Custom Wood ! !

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by schutzemgud, Jul 13, 2010.

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  1. schutzemgud

    schutzemgud TS Member

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    Oh I so bad want one of those.
     
  2. whiz-bang

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    Are you sure that is a SMG?
     
  3. sliverbulletexpress

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    Looks like a semi-auto to me but it's still nice.
     
  4. smsnyder

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    Funny looking trap gun?
     
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    Good thing Baby Face Nelson isn't still around. He would not doubt try to steal that one.
     
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    I've got one just like it, without the beautiful wood, semi-auto. 50 rd drum and 30 rd stick, if anyone is looking to buy.

    JON
     
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    With a 50 round magazine you can shoot a round of doubles without reloading.
     
  8. no5shooter

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    My oh my. Ain't that purty? Seriously, I do admire that. I have one rifle with a fine piece of Myrtlewood for a stock, and that's pretty wood.
     
  9. Mr.M

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    Gary,

    Didn't realize I'd given you the good stuff. Give it back!!!!!!

    600 of this quality coming off the drying racks in the next few months. Give us just one close-up of the stock piece only. I'm in Bend at the Oregon State Shoot and could use a little Myrtlewood "porn" to keep me company.

    Great job. Hello to Judy.

    Mike Mann
     
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    Unloader,

    email sent.

    JON
     
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    Love to have one but can't afford one with the prices that they are now.
     
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    Bushmaster, your estimate of the number of rounds of doubles you can shoot with a 50 shot drum is way off base. My 50 round drum would be empty after station two, maybe station one on a bad day.
     
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    What price range do they go for? (W/O the awesome wood)



    Guy Babin
     
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    I was considering buying one, but was told they shoot "minute of pie plate"? How accurate are they?
     
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    Photos sent to those that requested.

    JON
     
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    Nice. I like the subtle monte carlo comb.

    BTW, I have a 1927A1 in 22 LR.
     
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    There are guys at a local club in SouthEast PA who shoot full auto's. They have a great time. If you're looking for a club in this area put up a post.

    JT
     
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    Gary - is that the one that was in the motorhome?
     
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    In Chicago we had to protect the Boss' Auburn.
     
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    be careful what you show, did you know that is illegal to have a front hand piece on a semi-auto only full auto.
     
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