If you own a Thompson of any make or style, you must join up with the "The American Thompson Association". Click the logo to go to the NEW website and join today.
THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN OWNERS!!
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Do you need new wood for your Thompson? Well who doesn't? Dan makes great stocks and grips for your Thompson to show off or just as a backup set to have. Thompson Stocks.com comes very highly recommended from the staff and shooters at Mikes Machine Guns!
This mint condition 1921 Colt Thompson was just purchased for $13,000 with original drum and FBI case. I won't tell you where or who, but it is very nice and purchased from the 2nd owner, a very elderly gentleman.
The "Irish Sword" Thompson's
A unique photo of four "Irish Swords" all Brothers in Arms.
Serial numbers are, from front to back, 708, 586,389 & 993.
Note the "first 1000" Aut-ord-Co bullet logo on the top of the receivers.
This little history was written by Theodore Eickhoff about his experience with John Thompson and developing the Thompson sub machine gun. This is copied word for word from a personal typed letter by Mr. Eickhoff to his family. I have a original copy of this given to me by a friend of the Eickhoff family. I have it locked away in museum grade archive sleeves in a safe.
Custom Engraved Thompson Sub Machine Gun
NAC Gun #45. Absolutely Beautiful!
NAC Thompson Sub Machine Gun #45 Awesome! Guns' Original Cost was $300
2007 TCA Photos
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The John Dillinger Thompson. Thompsn Sub-Machine gun #7387 was stolen by John H. Dillnger jr. while making his famous escape with a wooden pistol from the Crown Point Indiana jail. In the process, John stole two Thompsons from the jail armory. This gun is in the famous photo of John with this Thompson and wooden pistol taken at the family reunion in Mooresville Indiana. This is proven from ballistics and the fact that this gun has the Cutts Compensator and the other gun stolen, did not.
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