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tsmg m1 C&R WWII SAVAGE M1 THOMPSON SMG

Location: College Park, MD

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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. $25KIMG_7339.JPGIMG_7340.JPGIMG_7370.JPGIMG_7369.JPGIMG_7365.JPGIMG_7344.JPGIMG_7352.JPGIMG_7354.JPGIMG_7363.JPGIMG_7360.JPG

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Cool. I have 48458 which was probably made the same week. Is your lower matching numbers or numbered at all? Mine still has the L sight on it. Other than that , they look to be in similar shape.

Dan

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