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#1 brian

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Posted 04 January 2004 - 06:09 PM

so one of the other gun sites i frequent (m1919a4) has some of(if not all) the tech and field manuals for it there for the down loading or printing. so i just got done printing 131 pages out for the other beast. the FM was dated 1940 while the TM was dated 1969.

and this got me wondering if the same thing could'nt be done here?

now understand that the '19 is more complexe then the thompson. but yet i'm sure that the gover'mt at the time could have/did create such manuals for it. and as such i would like to at least have them if for nothing more than "classic" reading mat'l. even though nothing in them would pretain to a semi, but still.

now i'm not quite sure where to find the requested manuals but maybe someone else does. and i'd be willing to bet that i'm not alone in this desire.
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Posted 04 January 2004 - 07:44 PM

If I understand you correctly Brian, you are looking for tech or field manuals for the Thompsons? They are on Ebay all the time, I bought two different versions there and paid $5. each. Good luck, hope that's what you're after.
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Posted 04 January 2004 - 10:23 PM

If your looking for manuals on the various full auto versions this is the right place, here is a link to buy a CD with all the books on it.

http://www.machinegu....com/discs.html
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