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  1. 1921AC Colt Thompson C&R

    Excellent original Colt Thompson Model 1921AC machine gun. Fully transferable. Will transfer on ATF Form 3 to dealers or directly to C&R FFLs on ATF Form 4 where permitted. Own a piece of history. Serial number is 7174. $39900.00 - plus shipping.
  2. I purchased this gun about 12yrs ago from OOW and have owned it ever since. It was nickeled when I got it so I media blasted and KG Gun Koted the upper receiver and barrel black. All the other parts - Lower, Stock, Bolt, everything in the gun are from a 1928 Russian bring back parts kit in unused condition, with many early features. The gun runs great, and the finish is holding up well. The bore looks great. This is a Commercial Savage with no US or military acceptance stamps. Price is $22,500 delivered. This is on my SOT and will transfer out of state on an efiled form 3 to your dealer.
  3. Excellent original Colt Thompson Model 1928 Navy machine gun. Fully transferable. Will transfer on ATF Form 3 to dealers or directly to C&R FFLs on ATF Form 4 where permitted. Own a piece of history. Serial number is 4512. $36900.00 + $500.00 shipping.
  4. I am selling my PRE-86 Dealer Sample Savage / Bridgeport M1928A1 Thompson Sub Machine Gun. This M1928A1 is in overall VERY GOOD condition with matching upper / lower serial numbers. Internals are beautiful. Gun functions perfectly without any issues. It has a Cutts Compensator, finned barrel, wooden handguard instead of vertical foregrip, and Lyman adjustable rear sights. Gun is marked "Tommy Gun" on the top of the receiver and has police department markings in a few places indicating that this gun was in service with law enforcement at one time. It will include ONE (1) 20rd stick magazine. PM me here or CALL / TEXT me at 281-467-5424.
  5. Iconic "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 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!
  6. Excellent 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. This is on a Form 3 And will be E-Filed for Immediate Transfer at $23,995!
  7. Looking for original Colt 2-piece or solid actuator in good condition for Colt Model of 1928 - U.S. Navy Thompson sub machine gun.
  8. Auto Ordnance 1928 AC

    Very Nice Mid War Version of the 1928A1. Actually Auto Ordnance took 1928a1 for commercial sale and Stamped "C" over the 1 so it reads Model 1928AC This is a very clean example with looks to have most of its original finish, not reparkerized. And since these were sold to police departments or commercial sales, they did not see much use.Shipping Included. Ships With a period correct drum and 30 round magazine. Fully Transferable .Lower is a AO in the same Serial Range with a "X" suffix properly added to the serial number .The Frame also has the "x" added to the number as Mentioned in the Literature. They are not GI or US Purchased Thompsons used by the US Military during the WarI. In almost every case as in this one a AO Prefixed Receiver was Mated to a AO Prefixed Frame.Documented Sales of the 1928a1 ended in October of 1942 and this variation begsn in 1943 and continued until 1946 under Maguire Industries. Most were sold to Law Enforcement Agencies.This variation is Mentioned in Frank Iannamico's book American Thunder as the Third Variation with Smooth Barrel, L sight. This is a "must have": for the Thompson Collector as it is its own Variant. This is on a Form3 And will be E filed for Immediate Transfer $22,500
  9. Auto Ordnance Bridgeport M1 Thompson

    BEAUTIFUL M1 Auto Ordnance Bridgeport Thompson in excellent condition. Beautiful bore, great wood, and sling. This firearm has been in a private collection for years and has not gotten much use and has been well cared for. This beautiful weapon runs flawlessly and is in stock in our inventory ready for immediate transfer. $23,000.00 shipped to your dealer. GA residents must pay 7% sales tax. More pictures here - AO M1 Thompson Jake - Quiet Riot Firearms 678-614-7129
  10. This is a very nice condition Thompson Bridgeport model 1928AC .45 caliber submachinegun transferable. This will come with the FBI case, one Crosby and one Bridgeport 50 round drum and four 30 round magazines, of which one is a Seymour, one a Bridgeport and the other two standard US. This is a rare variation with numbers matching on the upper and lower receivers. Price: $25,500. $24,500 $23,000 OBO This is a steal of a price for an original Bridgeport compared to what they were selling for a year or so ago. The market will eventually come back on these. Information on the 1928AC Bridgeport: An interesting variation of the Auto-Ordnance, Bridgeport produced M1928A1 Thompson that has been observed, are those Thompsons that have had the U.S. designation ground off and the A1 mark overstamped to read AC. Many of the guns documented had been refurbished, and fitted with the smooth barrels and the “L” style fixed rear sight. Many, but certainly not all, of these guns so altered were in the 150,000 to 152,000 serial number range. A letter X was added as a suffix on the serial numbers of many of these guns. A few other examples of these “1928AC” Thompsons documented were fitted with the finned barrel and Lyman adjustable rear sight. A small number of these Thompsons had their original military horizontal foregrip replaced with the early style vertical foregrip. It is believed that these were guns that had been purchased from the government by the Auto-Ordnance Corporation and refurbished in order to be sold to law enforcement agencies after they were surplused. The Numrich Arms Corporation also removed U.S. markings from 1928 and 1928A1 model Thompsons they sold in the 1950’s. Interestingly, some of the AO “1928AC” overstamped Thompsons did not have Army Inspector of Ordnance (AIO) acceptance stamps on them, but were stamped with the Ordnance “wheel” acceptance mark. While other examples of these guns had no government inspector or acceptance stamps at all, suggesting that they were never inspected or accepted by the U.S. Government. Perhaps these guns were contract overruns or assembled from parts that remained after the government contracts were filled. However, no documentation could be located that could prove or disprove this theory. A Treasury Department IRS Form dated June 30, 1944 reveals that two Auto-Ordnance manufacture U.S. 1928A1 Thompsons with an X suffix added to the serial numbers were sold to a Massachusetts police department that year. The U.S. was ground off and the letter C over stamped on the 1 on both of the guns. Please note that the war didn’t end until the 15th of August 1945. All of the 1928 “AC” guns documented were originally manufactured by the Auto-Ordnance Corporation’s Bridgeport factory, and in almost every case had an AO prefixed serial numbered frame, although most of the frame/receiver numbers were mis-matched. The serial numbers located on the frames of these weapons also had the letter X added to them. ALL NFA rules apply. This is on a Form 3 and will transfer via eForms, very fast. Free and insured shipping within the 48 states. Payment via certified funds
  11. Original U.S. WWII Thompson M1 SMG Parts Set https://www.ima-usa.com/products/original-u-s-wwii-thompson-m1-smg-parts-set-with-barrel?variant=25653154757 Paid extra at time of purchase to have the parts “hand picked” for the best quality ones they had in stock. -Complete Lower Frame Assembly -New 10.5 inch .45 ACP Barrel -Walnut horizontal fore grip and steel grip mount bar -Complete Walnut butt stock assembly (bolted on) -M1 Bolt Assembly with Bolt Handle -Internal Components- spring, spring guide, buffer, ejector, frame latch -Rear Battle Sight -Front Sight & Pin $2,200 + shipping Album: https://imgur.com/a/U1ImWp1
  12. Are you in the market for Thompson submachine gun manufactured by Colt’s Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company in 1921 and 1922? Do you have the expertise to properly evaluate what has become a very expensive collector firearm? Would you like to have some inexpensive help inspecting that Colt’s? Finally, a book that is geared especially toward those who want to learn about the Colt’s Thompson gun from a buyer perspective: An Amateur’s Guide for the Colt’s Thompson Submachine Gun (Or How to be an Informed Buyer in a Very Expensive Market) This new reference book by Tom Davis, Jr. is the perfect guide for those new to the very expensive world of the Colt's Thompson guns. It can easily save a novice collector thousands of dollars when looking to purchase that perfect Colt's Thompson submachine gun. The book covers: (1) What to look for and avoid when shopping for a Colt's. (2) Each Auto-Ordnance model explained in pictures with detailed information. (3) How to identify an original Colt's era actuator, including the three original NAVY actuator variations. (4) The St. Louis Police Department Colt's story, including the gangster guns and Models of 1927. (5) How to safely shoot an original Colt's Thompson without devaluing it. (6) How to clean and properly refinish the Colt's wood. (7) How to identify an original Spare Part Kit Container. (8) And much more information that will greatly aid the novice and educate many current owners about General Thompson's trench broom. The book is filled with numerous color photographs and expansive captions that will teach the Thompson enthusiasts the many important features of a Colt's Thompson. While geared toward the beginner or new enthusiast, current Colt's owners and advanced collectors will find a lot of valuable and heretofore unknown and unpublished information. In addition, dealers that do not specialize in the Thompson guns will be better able to accurately describe Colt’s for sale. And correctly evaluate Thompson guns offered for trade or direct sale. This is a must book for the Thompson enthusiast's library! This new publication is available immediately on Amazon.com at a list price of $49.99 Use the Amazon website “Look Inside” feature to review a few pages and see if this book contains the information you need before making a very expensive purchase decision. Personalized copies can be purchased directly from the author at a Sturmgewehr special price of $40 plus $4.00 shipping in the continental United States. Contact Tom Davis, Jr. at tkd5501@fuse.net for purchase information. Other books by Tom Davis, Jr. - Great Britain - The Tommy Gun Story
  13. WTS WH 1928 Thompson

    West Hurley 1928 Thompson with repo case, 2 drums and 3 magazines. Firearm is in excellent condition. $19,000 + Tax Stamp and shipping OBO. Thx Mike Piazza mikep@longrangeind.com 480-500-8690
  14. Thompson, MP40

    M1 Thompson transferable eForm 3 See photos and details below M3 Grease Gun C&R Form 4. See photos and details below SOLD MP40 Pre-86 Dealer Sample eForm 3. See photos and details below. Swedish K transferable SOLD SPFGuide Lamp M3 Grease Gun. British Proofs on barrel. Works perfectly. Good looking with worn black finish. No dents or other damage. I do not see evidence that a mag release guard was ever welded on and later removed. From my personal collection and will ship directly to your C&R on a Form 4. 50/50 is OK. Check for $23,000.00 plus shipping and transfer tax. No Credit cards please. Yes, I will accept 50% up front and the balance when the Form 4 is approved. M1 Thompson in beautiful condition. Works perfectly, has great wood and blued finish. Form 3 transferable. Built on the highest quality steel in the 80's on a Philadelphia Ordnance receiver by Urich with WWII-era parts. The lower was made by Savage. Will transfer quickly to your dealer via eFile. Check for $18,500.00 plus shipping and transfer tax. No Credit cards please. MP40 Pre-86 Dealer Sample eForm 3 Many matching numbers: receiver, barrel nut, end cap, trigger guard and both side rails of the stock. Bore is shiny. Looks very nice and works as it should. Check for $9000 with one German magazine, plus shipping. No Credit cards please. SOLD Swedish K/Gustav M45 on Wilson tube with Port Said parts kit. This fine shooter works just as it should. Minor surface scratches, looks great overall. Comes with one 36-round magazine. eForm 3 for fast transfer. $16,350 plus shipping and any transfer taxes. In stock at our shop and ready to go. sfp23info at gmail dot com or PM me here.
  15. I have 4 of these NOS Savage bolts. They are all blued. I'd like to sell them all in one lot. I'm asking $175 for the lot and I'll take care of the priority mail shipping. If you use PP goods, please add the 3%. Thank you.
  16. Vintage drum. No sales where prohibited. When you email to inquire, include your zip code.
  17. Here a a Philadelphia Ordnance 80% 1928A1 receiver. It is engraved on both sides., less patent numbers. not sure if this model had the patent numbers listed. Needs finish machining and a parts kit to match. $ 500.00 plus shipping.
  18. I am selling my transferable Savage M1 Thompson. The trigger frame was also built by Savage, but the serial number does not match. The rear sight retains a blued finish, but I can include a parkerized Lyman fixed sight (without ears) for the buyer, if desired. The USGI markings (FJA, Ordnance Wheel, GEG stamps, and proofmarks) are all visible. It has an M1 bolt and functions perfectly. It is on a Form 4 in Maine. Asking $18,750 for the gun and 2 magazines, shipped to your dealer. I can accept checks or money orders - will start the paperwork once funds clear. I am happy to send additional photos. Prospective buyers are welcome to inspect it in person. You can view my posts and feedback (which goes back over 10 years and is all positive) using the same username (NavyEngineer) on several shooting forums (I'd be happy to PM or e-mail you links to my feedback). I can be reached via PM or at NavyEngineer1@gmail.com Thanks for looking! Video with livefire: https://vimeo.com/282937767 Full size photos of several of the images below can be viewed using this link: https://ibb.co/album/gRs4ov
  19. I have a Transferable Auto Ordnance Tommy Gun marked "M1" that looks to be in excellent shape. It is on a Form 3 in Colorado ready to efile to your FFL/SOT. Normally transfers take 1-3 days to your dealer. It comes with one 30rd mag and others are available to purchase. $ 27,000
  20. Auto Ordnance Thompson 1928. Excelent condition comes as pictured with case, 2 50rd Drum mags, 3 stick mags, and extra fore-end. $17,000 In stock ready for transfer. This gun has been in a private collection since 1988. Buyer is responsible for shipping fees. Please contact me with any questions. Justin Bupp justin@athensgunclub.com 706-546-6111 115 Mill Center Blvd Athens, GA 30606
  21. WTS: Pre & Post Samples

    All guns are on a Form 3's in Florida and will transfer fast via EForms. (Will post pics shortly) Pre-May Dealer Sample, Armalite AR10, Imported by Artillerie Inrichtingen Holland, In excellent condition and includes one magazine. In excellent condition $6100.00 Post-May Dealer Sample, FMP / HK21, belt-fed, 7.62, manufactured under HK licence by Fábrica Militar de Braço de Prata in Portugal. In excellent condition $7,800.00 Post-May Dealer Sample, IMI Uzi, by Action Arms in Philadelphia. Comes with original box, manual, paperwork and two magazines. In excellent condition $1500.00 Post-May Dealer Sample, Auto-Ordnance, West Hurley Model 1928 Thompson, comes with original box, original manual. documents and one magazine. In excellent condition $2000.00
  22. 1921A WH Thompson - $18,800

    Selling my West Hurley Thompson. The only piece still on the gun made by West Hurley is the receiver. I have all PK, GI and custom made parts put into/on this gun including a repro 1921a finned barrel. I have enormous volume of accessories to along with a spare parts kit. Not limited to but including..... 8 - 30 rd stick mags 1 - 3 cell 30 rd mag pouch 5 - 20 rd stick mags 1 - 5 cell 20 rd mag pouch 2 - 50 rd L drums 1 - 50 rd L drum pouch 1 - PK 1921 converted knurled actuator, 1921 spring/buffer pilot 1 - complete spare Bridgeport lower and stock 2 - 1928 spare barrels 1 - extra pistol grip 2 - spare vertical foregrips 1 - custom vertical foregrip copied from 1921 colt pattern foregrip 1 - brass cleaning rod 2 - slings 1 - spare lyman rear sight 1 - spare L sight 1 - oiler 2 - spare brass blishlocks various books and manuals (pictured) 6 - 30 rd thompson magazine springs 2 - complete spare bolts 3 - spare firing pins outside of the complete spare bolts 1 - spare smooth actuator - pictured in the gun is a knurled savage 1928 actuator 1 - spare 1928 spring pilot 3 - polyurethane buffers various spare lower internal parts I would be happy to meet up with someone local to meet/test fire. I have many references available as i have bought/sold many machineguns. On form 4 in Florida. More pictures available upon request. $19,500 for the whole package or $18,800 for everything EXCEPT the spare lower Beau - 410-693-3036 or The.Colt.Collector@gmail.com
  23. This C&R US Property marked, M1-A1 Thompson, serial number 635813, was made by Savage Arms in Utica, NY, under contract to Auto-Ordnance in Bridgeport, CT, and was likely manufactured during the Spring of 1943. The trigger frame serial number does not match the receiver serial number. The bolt is M1 parkerized and as such the "A1" part of the marking on the frame has been X out, the selector levers are pin-type, and the buttstock features the reinforcing cross-bolt. The buttstock is marked "MR" for Mount Rainier Ordnance Depot. The weapon has definitely been refinished. It features a very faint Ordnance wheel stamping, and is also acceptance stamped (twice) again very faint and very hard to see. Its military inspector stamp of "FJA" also very faint is from Colonel Frank J. Atwood, who was the Army Inspector of Ordnance for the Rochester, NY district beginning on June 15, 1942. Included in the sale is a reproduction Kerr sling, custom made discrete ballistic nylon case, 4 magazines and a copy of American Thunder II Second edition. Serious parties may view and test fire the gun in Wisconsin. Buyer pays all Taxes, fees and shipping. Jeff Whisler Jwhisler33@gmail.com 262-623-7450 Jackson, WI
  24. Thompson M1A1 Bridgeport

    Thompson M1A1 BRIDGEPORT Collector grade gun in excellent condition. Comes with magazines shown in photos. Gun is on a Form 4 in Maryland $30,000.00 USD Contact Doug doug@fourseasonslandscaping.net 240-793-7739 ***serious inquiries only***
  25. Thompson 1928 US Navy OS

    Thompson 1928 COLT US Navy Overstamp This is a collector grade gun in excellent condition. Comes with one 50-round drum. $50,000.00 USD Gun is on a Form 4 in Maryland. Buyer pays actual shipping cost. Contact Doug doug@fourseasonslandscaping.net 240-793-7739 ***Serious inquiries only***