Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'tsmg'.

Found 6 results

  1. For sale: Colt 1921 Thompson sub machine gun serial #1118. 100% Colt Thompson bought new in 1921 by Tennessee Consolidated Coal Company, Tracy City, TN. This Thompson was owned by the coal company and it successors until 2014. I have a copy of the original 1935 registration paperwork. Once in a life time opportunity to own an iconic piece of American history. Overall excellent condition with some light fleckling on the left side of the receiver. As I said this is all Colt TSMG. Many more pictures available. F4 in Va. asking price of $42,500 to shipping or pick up. Can deliver to Knob Creek at every shoot. Also plan on attending the Chantilly Gun show scheduled for June. I'm interested in any of the following for partial trade in no particular order: Transferable preferably C&R: 1918 BAR original configuration ZB26/30 M1A1 Thompson matching Galil/Valmet in .223/7.62x39 HK33 Title 1 M110 SASS Luftwaffe Drilling must be exc+ in the original box Russian Dragonov HK MR556A1 adding MM23 Mauser "original" Oberdorf prewar sporters in original configuration Griffin & Howe sporters built on prewar Mauser sporter actions Please PM me with your email address for additional pictures. Ken https://i1279.photobucket.com/albums/y540/unkej/IMG_0020_zpsapaivrao.jpg
  2. Transferable WWII C&R Savage manufactured M1 Thompson SMG. Most likely the first month production run of Savage made M1's in July 1942. Gun has been reparked and shows metal wear. The lower/trigger group frame has the proper Savage-produced "FULL AUTO" written in two lines, while on the Bridgeport lowers are marked in all on one line. Rear sight been updated to the later "protected" triangular guard winged rear L sight. Horizontal foregrip is Savage marked. Upper receiver stamped 'S' Stick-type fire control levers. Up graded reinforced cross-bolt in rear stock. Correct Savage stamped bright bolt. Two "GEG" civilian inspector Auto-Ordanace George E. Goll stamps, "R.L.B." Army inspector of Ordnance Colonel Ray L. Bowlin stamped and Crossed Cannon stamped. Paperwork shows manufacture as "SAVAGE". Serial # is 45925. I have owned this gun for 18 years. Just took it to the range, fired a couple hundred rounds, gun ran flawlessly. TSMG M1 comes with one 30 rd mag. 100% funds up front to start paperwork to your dealer. Buyer pays tax stamp out, shipping and insurance at actual cost. Can transfer to a Maryland resident directly with no dealer needed. All NFA rules apply. On form 4 in MD. $23K
  3. Transferable WWII C&R Savage manufactured M1 Thompson SMG. Most likely the first month production run of Savage made M1's in July 1942. Gun has been reparked and shows metal wear. The lower/trigger group frame has the proper Savage-produced "FULL AUTO" written in two lines, while on the Bridgeport lowers are marked in all on one line. Rear sight been updated to the later "protected" triangular guard winged rear L sight. Horizontal fore grip is Savage marked. Upper receiver stamped 'S' Stick-type fire control levers. Up graded reinforced cross-bolt in rear stock. Correct Savage stamped bright bolt. Two "GEG" civilian inspector Auto-Ordanace George E. Goll stamps, "R.L.B." Army inspector of Ordnance Colonel Ray L. Bowlin stamped and Crossed Cannon stamped. Paperwork shows manufacture as "SAVAGE". Serial # is 45925. I have owned this gun for 18 years. Just took it to the range, fired a couple hundred rounds, gun ran flawlessly. TSMG M1 comes with one 30 rd mag. 100% funds up front to start paperwork to your dealer. Buyer pays tax stamp out, shipping and insurance at actual cost. Can transfer to a Maryland resident directly with no dealer needed. All NFA rules apply. On form 4 in MD. $25K
  4. WTS WH TSMG 1928A1C

    WTS TSMG WH 1928A1C $17,500 Comes in police hardcase with two(2) 30 rd magazines, two(2) 20 round magazines and a WH 50 rd drum. Re-worked in 2009 by Diamond K (Paul Krogh). Now runs flawlessly. On a Form 4 in Ohio.
  5. TSMG Auto Ord receiver nose piece. $100 shipped. This came off one of the Sportsmansguide.com 45 kits sold several years ago. These were from TSMG's left in Stuart Light Tanks that the USA gave to Russia at the conclusion of WW2. Since the Russians didn't use 45ACP they stored these in a cave until the 2000's and sold them. USPS MO or paypal is OK. If you do paypal I'll send you an invoice. If you go ahead and pay me with paypal and gun words I'll ban your ass and never do business with you again.
  6. I have some NOS in wrap M1A1 Thompson bolts for your consideration. These are NOS Savage bolts still sealed in cosmoline wrap. Limited quantity available, these won't last long! $195 ea $7 sflat ship First "I'll take it" posted in this thread gets it Payment by discreet Paypal+fees(no gift), MO, check or cash No trades Thank you for looking!!