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Auto-Ordnance Thompson 1927A-1 Commando Semi Auto Carbine .45 ACP 16.5" Finned Barrel 30 Round Stick Magazine Blade Front Sight Black Stock/Forend Blued Finish T1-C

 
Auto-Ordnance
T1C
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2-AUT1C
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The Auto-Ordnance Thompson 1927A-1 Commando semi auto carbine is proudly made and produced in Worcester, MA. These faithful semi auto replicas are produced with only the highest quality parts and processes which result in high quality firearms. The 1927A-1 Commando operates from the closed bolt position and features a tactical style look. The wood stock and forend have been painted black to allow the firearm to blend more easily in a tactical environment. The 1927A-1 Commando comes with a black nylon sling and a 30 round stick magazine.

Specifications and Features:
Auto-Ordnance Thompson 1927A-1 Commando Semi Auto Carbine T1-C
.45 ACP
16.5" Finned barrel (18" with compensator)
Blade front sight
Open adjustable rear sight
Black fixed buttstock (non detachable)
Black forend
One 30 round stick magazine
Overall length 41"
Overall weight 13 lbs
Blued metal finish
Made in the USA, in Worcester, MA

 

Item#: 2-AUT1C
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"Rifle came as expected and in perfect condition. Have not shot it yet, but these are known to sometimes have issues out of the box and require a gunsmith tuneup, so I will see. My gunsmith recommends brass ammo only and says Sellier & Bellot works well in them.This is the only WWII-style (horizontal foregrip) Thompson that I know of which accepts BOTH stick and drum mags. I think the others only accept sticks.Also, beware that a couple of the pictures of Thompsons (don't remember which) don't match the actual rifle. I remember one showed the WWII-style, but when I went to the AO website, it was the \"gangster\" model with vertical foregrip, so beware. CTD does put a disclaimer that the pic might not match the item, but they really should fix that. Do your homework before buying any firearm off the internet. I have seen some reviews here (ex. a person purchased a 9mm revolver and complained about needing moon clips) that shows no homework was done.Also, know that this rifle is extremely heavy at 13 lbs UNLOADED. Don't buy it as a self defense rifle. CTD has better choices here in that regard. Buy it for the novelty, shooting fun, and collectability only, as I did.I am giving this 4 bullets instead of 5, because the cheap Chinese black sling (I assume AO did this and not CTD) is junk and won't even fit the gun. I am throwing it away."