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Old 10-04-2018, 11:17 AM   #1
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Frank has this for sale. For some reason, I thought they were removed from the NFA.

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Old 10-04-2018, 02:16 PM   #2
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Nifty.

4thIDvet will come along and buy it.
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Old 10-04-2018, 03:27 PM   #3
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Now that's KEWL. Not $3500 cool, but cool.
I've got a few Tip-Ups and Bicycle Guns. They be fun.
And since they don't cost as much as a motorcycle,
I shoot 'em once in a while.
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Old 12-15-2018, 11:03 AM   #4
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The government is retarded. How is that gun a threat to anyone so that it needs NFA approval?
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I'm surprised someone aint making new ones with folding braces.
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Knew a guy, back in '68 that had two.
He turned them into the local sporting goods store after the '68 law passed.
The store displayed them up on the wall.
Later a 'collector' bought them.

Got 'em free from old John and sold for 100% profit.
I don't know what the selling price was though.
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I'm surprised someone aint making new ones with folding braces.
6 position adjustable please.
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Damn I just caught this thread now I really want that Thompson. Be a super great CCW weapon. I have to check my lottery tickets.
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Damn I just caught this thread now I really want that Thompson. Be a super great CCW weapon. I have to check my lottery tickets.
That would be fun...

I wonder what that bear would do

when you dumped a mag at his feet?...
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Damn I just caught this thread now I really want that Thompson. Be a super great CCW weapon. I have to check my lottery tickets.
As iconic as the Thompsons are, a M3A1 Grease gun is a much nicer gun to shoot for the money.
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That would be fun...

I wonder what that bear would do

when you dumped a mag at his feet?...
No luck with the lotto this week so its on hold damn it. The bear does not run unless I hit it right in the head with a beer bottle.

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As iconic as the Thompsons are, a M3A1 Grease gun is a much nicer gun to shoot for the money.
Our FO had a grease gun their kind of flimsy looking compared to the Thompson.
I had a Matte Mattel plastic battery one as a kid and wanted one ever since.
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Our FO had a grease gun their kind of flimsy looking compared to the Thompson.
I had a Matte Mattel plastic battery one as a kid and wanted one ever since.
Thompsons are heavy, grease guns are much lighter & their cyclic rate is slow enough to make them more fun to shoot. Don't get me wrong I'd love an old mint Thompson 21, her I'd settle on a M1 variant, but for the money I get a grease gun first. Besides suppressed grease guns are bad ass. Never seen a suppressed Thompson.
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If you want to do poll on the subject please post me down on the number one spot for the grease gun.
Like Dad carried in WW2 on the seat of his truck.

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