Mongo Posted October 26, 2004 Report Share Posted October 26, 2004 (edited) I know Stoner 63s but I''m new to Thompsons. I'm brokering a 1921 Thompson made by Colt. I need some info: Here's the particulars: 1921 Thompson NO 5104 â€œCâ€ Drum FRONT SIDE MAGAZINE TYPE â€œCâ€ THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN 100 CARTRIDGES CALO .45 WIND TO 15 CLICKS NO 316 BACK SIDE AUTO-ORDNANCE CORP NEW YORK N.Y. U.S.A. PATENED JULY 27, 1920 DEC 7, 1920 NO 316 â€œLâ€ Drum FRONT SIDE MAGAZINE TYPE â€œLâ€ THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN 50 CARTRIDGES CAL 45 WIND TO 11 CLICKS NO. 1861 FOR US NAVY MODEL 1928 WIND TO 9 CLICKS ONLY BACK SIDE AUTO-ORDNANCE CORP NEW YORK N.Y. U.S.A. PATENED JULY 27, 1920 DEC 7, 1920 NO. 2848 20 Round Stick PATENED AUG 24,1929 AUG 24, 1920 â€“ JAN 11, 1920 3-30 Round Sticks THE SEYMOUR PRODUCTS CO SEYMOUR CONN. The right side has some wear near the magazine, and the following markings; AUTO-ORDNANCE CORPORATION NEW YORK U.S.A PATENED MARCH 9, 1915 JULY 27, 1920 MAY 4, 1920 AUGUST 10, 1920 MAY 25, 1920 SEPTEMBER 27, 1920 MAY 25, 1920 OCTOBER 26, 1920 The top has the THOMPSON bullet logo and some wear near the slide. Left Side MODEL OF 1921 NO 5104 THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN CALIBRE 45 AUTOMATIC COLT CARTRIDGE MANUFACTURED BY COLT PATENT FIREARMS MFG .CO HARTFORD CONN U.S.A. Some wear on barrel just behind the compensator Also included is the original F4 from the 1st owner (only 2 owners) and a hard case in mint condition. My questions: How much is the gun and accessories worth? What year was it made? How can you tell if the case is an original or reproduction? Edited October 26, 2004 by Mongo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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