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Article about: Hello everyone, just received my new deactivated Thompson M1A1. Interestingly it is marked AAF on the stock, presumably Army Air Forces? The condition is very good, it still had a lot of ori

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    Hello everyone, just received my new deactivated Thompson M1A1. Interestingly it is marked AAF on the stock, presumably Army Air Forces? The condition is very good, it still had a lot of original storage grease on the outside when it arrived. I have only just started to collect regular US army items (though I had previous collected USAAF items).

    Doug
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    Nice one, shame they have to be deactivated...
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    Yes indeed, no choice there I'm afraid.

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    Yup I am sure deactivating guns is bad for their health (the gun that is)

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    The AAF marking is may be a rebuild marking....possibly the Anniston depot.

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    Thank you thats interesting. Hopefully someone else will confirm.

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    A.W.E.S.O.M.E Douglooks in fantastic condition,congrats on buying such an iconic sub............

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    Hi doug,
    what a beauty looks great .
    Dave.

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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    all you need now is a violin case.---lol
    .......or some more Thompsons, some 100round drums....and an aircraft.
    Add a whole new dimension to the term 'fly by.'
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    douglas2496-Sgt Saunders ('Combat') would be proud of you...

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