Thompson M1928 Submachine Gun
This is perhaps the most recognizable firearm of World War II, made famous by the Airborne Troops of the 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions. This classic non-firing replica has been out of production for several years and is now returning as a Collector's Armoury Exclusive in the United States. This military model differs from the original commercial model in its 20 round magazine and its horizontal foregrip. Though heavy by today's standards, the weight helped control the .45 calibur bursts when operated on full-automatic. The bolt cocks and fires from an open position.