Colt Thompson Model 1921 in Excellent Condition with 95% Original Blue. Has oil can in butt. Likely returned to Colt for installation of Cutts Compensator, a very common improvement. Shipped in November 1921. Scarce in this condition.
Gun Type: Thompson
West Hurley Thompson 1928 in Excellent Condition.
Thompson West Hurley M1. Appears to be unfired.
Thompson M1A1 West Hurley in Excellent Condition with Parkerized Finish and U.S. Property Stamp. The font and placement of the stamp are identical to U.S. Military markings. This gun looks just like a WW2 M1A1.
Thompson 1928 A1 Bridgeport with Original Bridgeport Drum. Also comes with stick magazine. Late smooth barrel with Cuts compensator and excellent bore Original sling. There are no US proofs and the rear sling swivel is mounted on the top of the stock indicating British lend-lease use. AA stamp on butt indicates rework by Allegheny Arsenal. … Read more »
Thompson Military Bridgeport 1928 A1 Marked AC. Has late smooth barrel with Cutts compensator, original sling, excellent bore and wood Upper and lower numbers match. Has its original finish and comes with 3 mags.
Auto Ordnance US GI Thompson M1 in Excellent Condition. Stock marked MR for MT Ranier Ordnance Depot rework. Clear inspectors markings. Smooth action and excellent bore. Has been modified to accept a drum or stick magazine. Excellent original finish.
Bridgeport Thompson M1 in excellent condition with 3 Bridgeport-marked magazines and nice WW2 sling (not shown). Military proofs on the left side. This gun had its serial number obliterated before it was registered, so it was assigned a new IRS number that is stamped on the top. T.S. Solomon is neatly stamped on the left… Read more »
Thompson 1927A3 .22 SEMI-AUTO in excellent condition with original violin case. These were low-production guns using an aluminum receiver and are scarce.
Thompson 1927 .45 new in box. This is a SEMI-AUTO produced in 1981. Has smooth barrel and late-type sight.
Auto Ordnance 1928 Thompson with excellent original Auto Ordnance drum and original GI case. The US stamp has been removed and a “C” added to the serial number. These were sold to police depts. after WW2. The gun is excellent condition and has a savage-marked bolt. Both horizontal and vertical stocks a included. Nicely marked… Read more »
Thompson 1928 in excellent condition with new Crosby drum. This gun was made in the first year of production at West Hurley and has the AOC prefix in the serial number (see page 474 of Tracie Hill book). These early guns have real military components instead of the later purple/blue West Hurley parts. Gun shows… Read more »