AUTO-ORDNANCE THOMPSON 1927A-1 DELUXE CARBINE

AUTO-ORDNANCE THOMPSON 1927A-1 DELUXE CARBINE

SKU LNG-AO-T150D

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$1,341.46 In stock

Retail price: $1,819.00 You save: $477.54

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Product Information & Specs

The Auto-Ordnance Thompson 1927A1 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in 45 ACP that comes standard with a 20-round stick magazine but it can accept stick or drum magazines of much higher capacities. Including the compensator available barrel lengths are 16.5 and 18 and they are accompanied by either walnut or black synthetic stocks fore grips and pistol grips. The Thompson 1927A1 includes a blade front sight and an adjustable rear sight. A sling mount rounds out the Thompson 1927A1s features.

DETAILS

Action Semi-Auto - Caliber .45 ACP - Capacity 20rd 50rd - Barrel 16.5 Finned Blued - Sights Open Adjustable Rear Blade Front - Receiver Steel Blued - Stock Walnut Fixed - Grip Walnut - Forend Walnut - Length 41 - Weight 13 lbs. - Includes (1) 20rd stick magazine and (1) 50rd drum magazine - All the classic details of the time honored original are reproduced in todays semi-auto Thompson. The frame and receiver are machined from solid steel or aluminum. The wood is genuine American walnut. This .45 caliber carbine features a 16.5 finned barrel compensator and is available with a blued steel receiver or a lighter weight aluminum receiver. This configuration is our most popular model.

UPC 602686211031
Caliber 45 ACP
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 20 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 16.5 BARREL
Weight 12.9













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