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Greasegunner posted a topic in NFA Market BoardIconic "Commercial" Savage 1928 Thompson Machine gun. PD Marked "MPD" The Tom Davis Book has other examples as Pictured. William Douglas Firearms Museum states only 150 of this variation made. Serial 17738 ; low number since the last Colt was 15041. Commercially Finished Like the Colts and in many Cases with Colt parts. This one has a Colt "anchor" proofed Buttstock, Colt Fire Control Parts.There were six Savage 1928 and 1928a1 Variations and this is the first one and the rarest. It has the New York Address and Patent Numbers Just like the Colts.These Commercial Guns for the Most Part Did not See the Harsher Military Service of the 1928a1's Retains over 90% of the original Du Lite Finish. Both Upper and Lower Halves Matching Serial Numbers. This example is more rare than any of the 15,000 Colts.One 30 Round Magazine and 3 20 round pre war NY Mags , A great addition for the Advanced Collector. This is on a Form 3 And will be E-Filed for Immediate Transfer at $40,995!
Greasegunner posted a topic in NFA Market BoardExcellent With 95% Plus Of The Parkerized/Blued Finish With Minor Light Edge And High Spot Wear Overall And Signs Of Light Firing. This is a scarce example of an originally unfinished WWII 1928A1 Thompson submachine gun initially manufactured by the Savage Arms Company under license from the Auto-Ordnance Company and then completed by the Numrich Arms Company. In the early 1970s, George Numrich acquired a huge amount of WWII spare parts and partially completed Thompson submachine receivers and barreled receiver from both the Auto-Ordnance and Savage companies and at the same time imported a large numbers of Thompsons from overseas. Using that stock pile of parts, he completed/assembled all the remaining stock of receivers and barreled receivers from the two companies into complete 1928 Thompson SMGs. He was required to remark the receivers he completed with his "NAC" serial numbering, hence the current serial number "S-527235 NAC", and sold them as commercial weapons. The receiver is marked with "MODEL OF 1928 A1/NO. S-527235 NAC" and farther back "THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN/CALIBRE .45 AUTOMATIC CARTRIDGE". It still retains its original late production short pattern 10 1/2 inch barrel without any cooling fins, a late commercial model Thompson/Auto-Ordnance "CUTTS" marked compensator, horizontal forend, fully adjustable Lyman rear sight, and a detachable buttstock. The underside of the lower trigger housing is correctly numbered and matching serial number (S-527235 NAC) to the receiver. It has a dark gray parkerized receiver and a matte blued trigger housing and barrel assembly. It is fitted with the correct walnut forend, pistol grip and buttstock. This Thompson SMG is complete with a 30 round stick magazines and one drum magazine.Way Better than a Wet Hurley at the same price. This is basically a New World War Two Thompson This is on a Form 3 And will be E-Filed for Immediate Transfer at $23,995! $ 22,995 $22500
samorgan posted a topic in Wanted to BuyI am looking to pick up one or two rotary magazines for the Steyr Mannlicher Commercial Model SL in .222 Remington. Let me know if you have any available. Thanks.