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WTS Thompson M1A1 Stick Mags

Location: DALLAS

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Up for sale are two (2) Thompson 30 round stick magazines made by the Seymour Corp. These are original magazines that have been modified to be used with semi-auto and semi-auto SBR'd Thompsons. 

$70 for both shipped. 

MAGS SOLD

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Hi:

In several months I hope to own a 1928 Thompson. The gun will come with a drum magazine. I hope to purchase a couple of stick magazines. Will the magazines that you are advertising work for a 1928 Thompson?  Is the price of $70 for 2 magazines a typical price?  Thanks.

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On 5/17/2019 at 11:02 PM, BillP said:

Hi:

In several months I hope to own a 1928 Thompson. The gun will come with a drum magazine. I hope to purchase a couple of stick magazines. Will the magazines that you are advertising work for a 1928 Thompson?  Is the price of $70 for 2 magazines a typical price?  Thanks.

Bill

No, the advertised mags will not fit a 1928. The seller states 'These are original magazines that have been modified to be used with semi-auto and semi-auto SBR'd Thompsons.' This usually means that the hole in the rear of the mag where it locks into the frame has been enlarged to fit the semi-auto version of the gun. When you are looking for mags you want the original ones with a round hole. The modified mags will have a larger and more oblong hole. They will not lock up in a machine gun because they would be too loose.

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Hi:  Thanks much for clarifying this. I misunderstood your note.

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On 5/20/2019 at 9:12 AM, JJX said:

Bill

No, the advertised mags will not fit a 1928. The seller states 'These are original magazines that have been modified to be used with semi-auto and semi-auto SBR'd Thompsons.' This usually means that the hole in the rear of the mag where it locks into the frame has been enlarged to fit the semi-auto version of the gun. When you are looking for mags you want the original ones with a round hole. The modified mags will have a larger and more oblong hole. They will not lock up in a machine gun because they would be too loose.

Thanks for answering the above question.  I've been out and didn't have a chance to respond.

 

MAGS are SOLD (a while ago)...

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