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.45 And The Thompson


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.45 And The Thompson

  1. 1. 5,000? 2. 10,000? (7 votes [70.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 70.00%

  2. 3. 20,000? 4. 30,000? 5. WOW! the barrels melting! 6. I can't quite tell-hard to get moving through the brass pile! 7. The gun is plain worn out! time for a new Thompson! (3 votes [30.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 30.00%

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#21 michael

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Posted 29 October 2003 - 11:28 PM

I agree the previous post. There are a finite number of these guns around esp. the colt guns. If there are a few left out there that are in premium condition it is because of the fact that they were not used much in the first place.

It's funny, everyone seems to want that pristine piece but not the discipline to keep it that way. I feel the one I have should be enjoyed but with care so I can pass it along in the family. This is important in all machine guns, as no more will be added to the registry. What we have is it...
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#22 prairiefire

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Posted 12 November 2003 - 10:53 AM

in the 1 1/2 mos. i've had my 1928a1, some 3000 rds of 230 grn. LRN reloads under 4.8 grns of V-V N320. Goes 890 fps ave. I know, I know. Spare parts for thompsons in the Philippines are practically zilch, but I CAN'T STOP SHOOTING IT! tongue.gif
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#23 SecondAmend

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Posted 12 November 2003 - 12:07 PM

The biggest problem I have is finding a place to shoot. Only one indoor range in my area will let me fire full-auto, and that range is over 15 miles from my work or my house. My other choice is to drive 150 miles to my brother's farm. If I had convenient access to open shooting, the ammo bill would be way higher.
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