Deactivated WWII US Thompson M1928A1

Deactivated WWII US Thompson M1928A1

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This is a WWII US Thompson M1928A1 that was made by Savage Stevens and has matching numbers. During the Second World War this model was used by American paratroopers and Ranger battalions, as well as the Navy and Marines, the Thompson soon found its way around the world, seeing action in China, Austrailia, The Soviet Union, and almost all U.S. and Allies including the British Home Guard. Many saw use with British and Common Wealth forces in the jungles of Burma. The stock has had the sling swivel repositioned on top. This modification was done at the request of the Commando's.

Savage M1928A1s have the letter S in front of the serial number.  This example has the correct Army Inspector of Ordnance for the Rochester District were Lt. Colonel Ray L. Bowlin using the stamp, RLB from 1940, until 1942, along with the GEG (George E. Golland) and crossed cannons ordnance stamps.

It features a moving and tensioned cocking/bolt assembly and trigger that return under spring pressure.

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Product Code: 344F5

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