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    Full time gunsmith who loves Thompson's, 46+ years experience.

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  1. I have seen guns in this condition fire when the magazine was removed; I think Got Uzi has it right.
  2. bradhe Please email me, i can help with the barrel groove. p dash k at q dot com
  3. After a lot of careful consideration during a troubling last couple of years I decided that a review of was in order, and determined that the current queue was too large. I therefor chose to advise the latest entries that it was unlikely that I would be able to service them, believing this was the honest and decent thing to do. I did not say that I was semi-retired, but in truth, with age and time, I have slowed down a bit. If you did not receive the notification mentioned above then you are still in queue. I’m sorry for any confusion I may have caused, and for any unfulfilled expectations.
  4. Yes, still available. Contact at: p-k at q.com
  5. 1928 buffer discs are $7.50 post paid Thanks :-)
  6. Bob, i applaud your willingness to do the research tests of the various systems, i think this is long overdue and we are, today, in a better position to accurately accomplish it than ever before. I strongly encourage you to use accelerometers and strict scientific methodology. I look forward to seeing the results. From a strictly empirical standpoint, firing a 28 next to a M1 would not lead one to believe that the 28 bolt is striking harder than the M1. Standing by...
  7. Really, really bad idea. The TSMG and M1 are actually very different guns. The 21/28 receiver is designed to use the Blish lock, the M1 not, they don't mix. WH receivers with bad slots will crack from normal use because the lock can't do its job, eliminating the lock doesn't solve the problem, it exacerbates it. IF i recall correctly, the Richardson set up was for blank firing adaptations, not for use with ball. As others have said, we've been down this road before and it doesn't end well.
  8. cbmott; I had no intention to be either rude nor condescending, just factual. I'm truly sorry i did not more clearly present my thoughts. Tact is not known to be one of my finer attributes. :-(
  9. If you are going to post photos, you could have wiped the grease off so the uniform finish was truly represented.
  10. I’m not in the parts business, but when i can’t get what I need I’m forced to make it. About 10 years ago milled grip mounts dried up and I produced a batch, then the Russian cache was discovered and we have been in Thompson parts heaven for a while, but that’s coming to an end and it’s no surprise that milled grip mounts are no longer readily available, so I’ve produced another lot. These are made to the 1920’s prints from the correct carbon steel and properly hardened. They are suitable for live fire applications and not just display purposes, being as good as or better than the GI parts to which we have become accustomed. Price is $67.40 plus $10 for priority mail shipping. 1st class is available upon request at a slightly reduced rate. Cash, check or money order to: Diamond K 1390 E. 7th St. Delta, CO 81416 p-k at q dot com Thanks David for the forum
  11. I’m not in the parts business, but when i can’t get what I need I’m forced to make it. About 10 years ago milled grip mounts dried up and I produced a batch, then the Russian cache was discovered and we have been in Thompson parts heaven for a while, but that’s coming to an end and it’s no surprise that milled grip mounts are no longer readily available, so I’ve produced another lot. These are made to the 1920’s prints from the correct carbon steel and properly hardened. They are suitable for live fire applications and not just display purposes, being as good as or better than the GI parts to which we have become accustomed. Price is $67.40 plus $10 for priority mail shipping. 1st class is available upon request at a slightly reduced rate. Cash, check or money order to: Diamond K 1390 E. 7th St. Delta, CO 81416 p-k at q dot com Thanks David for the forum
  12. If anyone has a USGI milled Grip Mount laying in the drawer and would rather have cash, I need one for a current job. Price will depend on condition, but all parts are worthy of consideration. Please email me: p-k at q.com
  13. The notches are from cutter run out; just plain sloppy machining, but in most cases they don't affect function. They are common throughout WH 28 prodcution.
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