This amazing museum-quality specimen is in mint condition! Own the gun that made the 20’s roar! Auto-Ordnance Corp. began producing John T. Thompson’s invention just in time for prohibition, which placed it in great demand by law enforcement officers and criminals alike.
But it wasn’t until February 14, 1929 that the Thompson Submachine Gun earned its reputation worldwide in the famous St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. If it was good enough for Al Capone, it’s good enough for me!
This particular Model 1921 A1 is in absolutely mint condition. While this specimen is not one of the two guns actually used in the massacre it includes a dizzying array of accessories, and belongs in the Smithsonian Institution. It is one of few without the bulky Cutts barrel compensator.
This gun speaks for itself. It is another museum piece and is an original, not something put together nor a sear gun. The part numbers are matching, a rare event. You can now have one of the guns that has been my pride and joy for many decades. This is from MY Personal collection (the searchlight doctor of formally Prestige Arms). It is now your chance to own a piece of world history.
$ 1,000,000.00 Call for shipping and payment options. Firearm sales are Final.
Yes, this gun is perhaps the finest example of the Colt Thompson A1 out there. We are selling to the serious collector, not the shooter.
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