W T S: W H M1
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I show M100A-M174A Produced in 1985
M175A-M717A In 1986
Posted 16 November 2004 - 07:36 AM
1975 199 100A - 298A
1976 41 300A - 329A, 344A - 350A, 415A, 499A, 500A, 1112A
1977 368 330A - 343A, 351A - 703A, 1339A, 1070A - 1071A
1978 41 704A - 739A
1979 328 740A - 1066A
1980 537 1067A - 1599A, 1929A - 1930A
1981 370 1600A - 1965A, 2000A
1982 130 1966A - 2090A
1983 176 2091A - 2258A
1984 208 2259A - 2420A, 2494A - 2535A
1985 110 2536A - 2566A, 2484A - 2493A, 2567A - 2631A
1986 464 2632A - 2908A, 126TFA - 392TFA
Note: May 19, 1986 was the cutt-off date for private machinegun production. All machineguns manufactured after this date can only be exported or sold to qualified police or government agencies.
1992 141 3000A - 3099A, 4000A - 4040A (Law Enforcement Only)
The following Serial Number Ranges vary due to special order Serial Numbers. Full Auto Commemoritive Guns
1983 85 WWII Commemoritive
1984 145 Korean War Commemoritive
1985 17 Vietname War Commemoritive
THERE WERE 609 M1 FULL-AUTO THOMPSONS PRODUCED. PRODUCTION BEGAN FOR THIS MODEL IN 1985. THE FIRST SERIAL NUMBER WAS M100A AND ENDED WITH M717A. SERIAL NUMBERS M100A - M174A WERE MANUFACTURED IN 1985 AND M175A - M717A WERE MANUFACTURED IN 1986.
Posted 16 November 2004 - 11:01 AM
Posted 16 November 2004 - 11:38 PM
FOR SALE: W.H. M1 Thompson
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W.H. M1 Thompson on form 3. Buyer pays S & I.Pictures are available on request.
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Sorry, just keepin it real.
Posted 17 November 2004 - 02:50 AM
Autoweapons has been selling theirs for $14,900.00
but I wouldn't take 8K for it.. and neither would you..
I'm real too
Posted 17 November 2004 - 07:42 AM
Posted 17 November 2004 - 09:57 AM
Posted 17 November 2004 - 10:11 AM
Merry Ploughboy wrote:
|Autoweapons has been sitting on the WH M1 TSMGs for months.|
I thought so too but I contacted them trying to lowball one of them and I was told that they had sold five at that price since Jan. There is no WH M1 there now so even if they were snowing me .. they sold the last one that was listed.
As I said , I should be allowed to make a reasonable profit without being chastised for it. Also I'm $1900.00 under their price.
Posted 17 November 2004 - 11:52 AM
|QUOTE (Hawkeye_Joe @ Nov 17 2004, 01:50 AM)|
| but I wouldn't take 8K for it.. and neither would you..|
I'm real too
I know! I knew you wouldn't, but it never hurts to ask!
I don't blame you for trying to make a profit, more power to you. Happy shootin'
Posted 17 November 2004 - 12:38 PM
I do hope you get your asking price. If your picture is anywhere near accurate (and usually gun pictures are worse than the real thing), you have a primo M1. Those being offered at a lower price are undoubtably being sold out of a need to sell fast or the gun is not in as nice shape as yours.