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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Mantis
    My Springfield with walnut grips is in this picture with a selection of other firearms stashed all over my house.
    Damn!

    You have a tommy gun! That's fucking cool. I can only assume you have a drum clip, for OG effect.

    And that HK SL8-1 looks like something out of Starship Troopers or something. Badass!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neildo
    Damn!

    You have a tommy gun! That's fucking cool. I can only assume you have a drum clip, for OG effect.

    And that HK SL8-1 looks like something out of Starship Troopers or something. Badass!!
    I love my tommy gun. That ************ is heavy as ****. I don't have a drum magazine though they're like $300 the last I checked for a 50 round, and $600 for a 100 rd. You're right though, I need one.

    Thanks on the HK, it feels like it comes out of starship troopers. So much lighter than the Thompson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ItOnlyHurtsOnce
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Mantis
    I don't have a drum magazine though they're like $300 the last I checked for a 50 round, and $600 for a 100 rd.
    Holy crap!!!

    I guess they don't make drums like that anymore?
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    You could just Fake the Funk with this 10-rounder. Who's gonna know? :p
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    The standard magazine holds 30 rds.

    Seriously though, that 100 rd. mag, is like 5 lbs. added weight to an already suprisingly heavy gun. It's like 13 pounds. That front handle is on there for a reason. The thing is a beast, it's awesome.
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    The front handle is sweet, but I personally favor the (standard?) Wood grip. WWII style.

    Like the one above the one like yours in this picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neildo
    The front handle is sweet, but I personally favor the (standard?) Wood grip. WWII style.

    Like the one above the one like yours in this picture.
    It's not just a matter of model styles. -

    In 1938 the U.S. Army adopted the Thompson as a weapon and it was given the M1928A1 designation. A variant of the M1928 model, the M1928A1 used a horizontal foregrip instead of a vertical foregrip, and made use of box magazines instead of drum magazines. The 50-round drum magazine was prone to jamming and was not well suited to combat conditions.

    Updates to the weapon were made over time in order to simplify its production, and in April of 1942 the M1 model of the Thompson replaced the older M1928A1. Among the changes made were a permanently attached buttstock, and design alterations that prevented the use of the drum magazine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KageKaze
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Mantis
    The standard magazine holds 30 rds.

    Seriously though, that 100 rd. mag, is like 5 lbs. added weight to an already suprisingly heavy gun. It's like 13 pounds. That front handle is on there for a reason. The thing is a beast, it's awesome.
    On the plus side, with a 100 round magazine you won't have to go through the trouble of reloading as often.

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