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Bubacus
November 27, 2014, 11:50
When I was younger I always wanted an Auto Ordinance Thompson A3, but they were pricey even 25 years ago. Looks like a company called Standard Manufacturing is putting out a Thompson in .22. Price is a bit off the hook at $1300. Nice wood, but I think it is a painted finish rather than blued....

http://www.csmcspecials.com/product_p/stdmfg.htm

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/f6/eb/a7/f6eba747786ad35f71fa41c90bf1e7a9.jpg

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/product/GUN-1922

yovinny
November 28, 2014, 23:02
OHH BABY!!,,,It's half scale!!,,,weighs under 5lbs!! :love:
That just about makes up for the long ass barrel it's got to wear as a semi,,,,,,Somebody was thinking :bow:

Cheers, YV

Pluribus
November 29, 2014, 23:30
Now, that is pretty dang cool! It looks that they are re-creating the Winchester model 21 starting at $15,000 and, even a .22 version starting at $26,500 :uhoh: WOW! fancy stuff that looks top shelf all the way.

http://connecticutshotgun.com/model21.html

If I were a rich man.....:sad:

ALL FAL
December 01, 2014, 16:43
If I were a rich man I still would not pay those prices for a .22, like some of you who bought the POS sgt 44, Junk.

Invictus77
December 01, 2014, 17:44
I assume you realize you can buy an Auto-Ordinance semi-auto Tommy, full size in 45acp for the same money?



When I was younger I always wanted an Auto Ordinance Thompson A3, but they were pricey even 25 years ago. Looks like a company called Standard Manufacturing is putting out a Thompson in .22. Price is a bit off the hook at $1300. Nice wood, but I think it is a painted finish rather than blued....

http://www.csmcspecials.com/product_p/stdmfg.htm

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/f6/eb/a7/f6eba747786ad35f71fa41c90bf1e7a9.jpg

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/product/GUN-1922

MK ULTRA
December 01, 2014, 19:28
You can buy a HELL of a lot better .22 than that for $1300...

BigBoy1
December 02, 2014, 02:06
I had one of the West Hurley A3 in .22LR and it was nothing but problems. I think I had just about every problem know to man occur with that gun. I never was able to fire a whole magazine without something happening which would prevent the continuation of shooting - Jams were common place, as failures to feed. Numrich put the gun on the market way too early as they were many problems which should have been fixed before they started selling them. That gun made me happy twice, once when I got it and again when I sold it!

I just hope all of the problems of this new gun are worked before the put on the market. At the price they are asking, it should function flawlessly right out of the box!

Lon Moer
December 28, 2014, 22:49
Buy a cheap Ruger 10/22, which is a known base with lots of spares, and the FunGun (http://www.1022fungun.com/store/pc/home.asp) conversion kit.

Spray lots of expensive .22lr ammo. Have fun.
;)

wonderdog451
January 17, 2015, 15:19
Buy a cheap Ruger 10/22, which is a known base with lots of spares, and the FunGun (http://www.1022fungun.com/store/pc/home.asp) conversion kit.

Spray lots of expensive .22lr ammo. Have fun.
;)

I was thinking the exact same thing, here is a link to the funguns website with their 10/22 based 1928 Thompson rifles, http://www.1022fungun.com/store/pc/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=1&idcategory=2. All for a price considerably less than what they want for theirs.