Posted 18 March 2006 - 12:11 PM
once you get a few that work,and a correct one for whatever model you have...."thompson correct era drum" for 21a, 21 ac and the military...i will let the expert's figure that one out...yes it has been written,
i guess it's been a long time since anybody has posted anything new...so this drum issue is the new fad /fetish... and the price has got everybody going.i guess everybody forget's in 1971 numrich price for new in box a.o.was $32.00 and earl's was $50.00........however everything increased since then, even some dealer price's.
but whats $400.00 or so to spend on a now $20,000 plus gun.chump change.
they have another 20,000 or more in europe now in the crate's.will the demand be that large........once the few hundred collector's buy what they need..no demand...no military gov.is using thompson's. think of that. if they did we would never see them for sale,
i know who has another 200,000 greasegun mags. i mean come on.every greasegun owner need's 500 mag's per gun right??
and when the s. really hit's the fan.
you gotta believe you can handle that tommy luggin around ten loaded L drum's, and the "C" for good measure.
the tommy can sit in the safe.or buried.the m-4 can do the job.and guess what it take's a drum.
and all is well on the planet....now how many drum's do we need to get again? wink! take care,ron
p.s. i hear a distant drummer....
Posted 19 March 2006 - 12:11 AM
i hope all the deal's work out fine,since alot of people laid out a few buck's to get it all done.
right now just kickin back and enjoyin all the fun...
since i don't need to sell a gosh darn thing..nothin left!
and thats the name of that tune...
Posted 19 March 2006 - 10:25 AM
Posted 19 March 2006 - 12:11 PM
now somebody else can carry the torch...but now easier to get burned.
it's supposed to be fun ,and not work and trouble...
what's love gotta to do with it??wink! take care,ron