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I have a real doubt about the Thompson. The rear sights are 1928 model, but the barrels are M1 model. If someone have the good answer.
 
I have a real doubt about the Thompson. The rear sights are 1928 model, but the barrels are M1 model. If someone have the good answer.
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As production ramped up for WWII, Auto-Ordnance did make a few batches of 1928's known as the M1928A1 with a lot of the simplifications that'd be folded into the M1 Thompson's. Including the smooth barrel. Since it's got the top mounted charging handle it's safe to assume it's a M1928A1. --[[User:PaperCake|PaperCake]] 11:01, December 5 2021 (EST)
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[[Image:M1928A1.jpeg|thumb|none|400px|M1928A1 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine, smooth barrel, and early 'simplified' rear sight that would be adopted for the M1 Thompson - .45 ACP]]

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Thompson

I have a real doubt about the Thompson. The rear sights are 1928 model, but the barrels are M1 model. If someone have the good answer.

As production ramped up for WWII, Auto-Ordnance did make a few batches of 1928's known as the M1928A1 with a lot of the simplifications that'd be folded into the M1 Thompson's. Including the smooth barrel. Since it's got the top mounted charging handle it's safe to assume it's a M1928A1. --PaperCake 11:01, December 5 2021 (EST)

M1928A1 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine, smooth barrel, and early 'simplified' rear sight that would be adopted for the M1 Thompson - .45 ACP


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