Tonetiup

WTS M1 Bridgeport Thompson WWII

Location: Arizona

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This Bridgeport Thompson is an Original WWII Machine Gun MADE in Connecticut  NOT a West Hurley! The Barrel looks to be original and in excellent condition. Wood it Very Good Condition The finish has been redone at some time. No pitting or issues this Will shoot all day and never fail.The upper and lower do not match. The brace was done at the factory. This has the Dog ears 183000 serial Number. There are 3 Stamps GEG FJA and the Ordinance department stamp. It is a real M1 not over stamped. The FJA may mean this is a Savage but the serial number does not indicate that. On a Form 3 so it will transfer Quick. Tom Stewart 602-763-8867 Price 24,500.00

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The upper receiver and lower trigger frame are both Savage made. Nice M1! Todd in Oregon

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I didn't see the S on the ser. Thanks For the info

Tom

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Posted (edited)

Made in Bridgeport Conn? 

Edited by Tonetiup

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Note the small letter S just aft of the grip mount on the bottom of the receiver, that indicates Savage MFG. Only the 1928 series used an S prefix on the serial number.

The Savage Thompsons were made in Utica, NY under contract with Auto-Ordnance of Bridgeport, Connecticut. 

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thanks

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I corrected the add and relisted sorry for the miss info. Thanks to all for the correct info

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