I had previously acquired an amnesty registered Bridgeport M1A1. While the Bridgeport had sated my Thompson appetite for a while, I kept getting an urge to shoot to the beating of a different drum - well, actually an L drum that is.
My search ended when a friend of mine agreed to sell me this beauty. It's an original 1927, unrefinished. It's in about 87% condition, it shows the kind of wear you would expect from a former PD gun. It currently has the full auto internals installed and I'm not sure whether or not I'm going to reinstall the semi parts it came with. The stock still includes the original oiler and the wood and internals are in great shape.
As a Thompson non-expert, I welcome any observations on the gun from the crew here.
Edited by philasteen, 19 September 2004 - 07:30 AM.