M3 Grease gun, built as a replacment for the Thompson M1A1 the .45 caliber M3 was far easier to manufacture than the Thompson, and has a number of excellent design features in addition. The low cyclical rate of fire made the gun easier to control than most submachine guns. The weapon's straight line of recoil also adds substantially in controlling the gun in automatic fire. The gun's loose tolerances allow for reliable operation even if very dirty and this made it more reliable than the Thompson under adverse conditions. This is best condition example we have ever seen and comes with its sling and oil bottle. Deactivated to old specification this example can still be cocked and dry fired. A museum worthy example and a must have item for the WWII collector. Early type with cocking lever.
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