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My new WW2 Thompson M1

Article about: by Mick That's not bad, pretty good really. When the SHTF and law and order are non existant all you would need is a new barrel and the pin sorting out. Hehe, jep /Mick

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    Hi Guys.

    I bought this a couple of days ago for 600.
    In real good condition, just wanted to share.

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    Hi,
    that has got to be the cleanest one i have ever seen, it must be unissued. very well done on e that, di you pay 600, pounds or euro,s for it as you have a pound sign up. thanks for showing it.
    Dave

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    deactivated I assume?
    Nice find!
    No offense meant to the UK members but demilling a weapon is like gelding yourself...when you need it most it isn't there anymore!

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    Thanks Yes it is deactivated. The guy who sold it to me told me that is was gives to the Russian army as a part of the lend lease act. But the Russians didn't like it (or they didn't want to use US weapons) and it was therefore stored in a warehouse in Ukraine and sold off after WW2. - Or thats what he told me

    /Mick

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    Quote by Panzer 3 View Post
    Hi,
    that has got to be the cleanest one i have ever seen, it must be unissued. very well done on e that, di you pay 600, pounds or euro,s for it as you have a pound sign up. thanks for showing it.
    Dave
    And i payed 600. (About 5000 Danish kroner)

    /Mick

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    Lovely gun Mick! Well done mate

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    Lovely gun Mick! Well done mate
    Thanks! And thank you for your help earlier mate

    /Mick

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    It looks like a new gun !

    What's been done to deactivate it ?

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    Quote by Mick View Post
    It looks like a new gun !

    What's been done to deactivate it ?
    hehe.
    It has been deactivated by the Danish law. So, the pipe is cut lengthwise, the chambers are welded and the pin in the bolt is removed. (i cry every time i hear it, they are destroying the weapon! )

    /Mick

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    That's not bad, pretty good really. When the SHTF and law and order are non existant all you would need is a new barrel and the pin sorting out.

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