Various Model 1919's, Thompson Auto-rifles in Mod PC, D, Thompson model 1923 w/ bipod and bayonet chamber for .45 Remington-Thompson cartridge, the engraved 1921's presented to Oscar Payne, Theodore Eickhoff, several BSA models, model 1927, all sorts of 28's, original FBI cases, various L drums, several mint C drums, M1's and A1's, all types of mags, Thompson literature, World War II canvas items, Thompson model T2, various movie prop models, later Khar models.
Well worth the time for this exhibit alone as well as the firearms collection in the rest of the museum. A sincere "thank you" for the people who went to the incredible effort to put this together and the private collectors who allowed their guns and other items to be displayed. If you can't see it, there are still a few catalogues available for $10 you can buy from the museum store. The museum is open 7 days a week, 10 -4.
Then to top off the day, we took my 21/28 and M1A1 to the range along w/ some 'lesser" items like my Swedish K and others. Life is gooD
Edited by jerrys, 18 January 2005 - 06:13 PM.