Thompson M1A1 Full-Metal Body AEG airsoft gun Insight

Thompson M1A1 Full-Metal Body AEG airsoft gun  Review

 

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This replica Thompson M1AI is part of an exclusive “Guns of History” collection, consisting of authentic airsoft replica weapons. A full metal, one-to-one scale of the original, it’s intended for use with heavier weight six-millimeter, 20-gram BBs only.

The Thompson submachine gun was designed by General John T. Thompson, who was inspired by the trench warfare of World War I to develop a one-man, hand-held machine gun firing a rifle caliber round. In 1938, the

Thompson was adopted by the U.S. military, serving during World War II and later into the Korean War, as well as early stages of the Vietnam War.

Other Allied countries purchased the Thompson as well, notably the United Kingdom and France. Modifications to simplify production and reduce cost were made in 1942, resulting in the M1 and M1A1 models, which were commonly carried by both non-commissioned and commissioned officers.

Warranty The Thompson M1AI includes a limited 30-day manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

The Thompson M1A1 is part of the Exclusive “GUNS OF HISTORY” collection consisting of the most authentic airsoft replica’s on the market! Full metal, 1:1 scale of the real firearm counterpart are just a few of the reasons that make this airsoft replica stand above the rest. Fully licensed and trademarked including unique serial numbers along with quality craftsmanship will not disappoint..

I do HIGHLY recommend the use of .20g+ BB’s for maximum performance. The use of low grade .12g BB’s can and will cause damage to the gun and may void the warranty. The Thompson Submachine Gun was designed by General John T. Thompson, who was inspired by the trench warfare of World War I to develop a “one-man, hand-held machine gun”, firing a rifle caliber round.
And  In 1938, the Thompson submachine gun was adopted by the U.S. military, serving during World War II and later into the Korean War, as well as early stages of the Vietnam War. Other Allied countries purchased the Thompson as well, notably the United Kingdom and France. Modifications to simplify production and reduce cost were made in 1942, resulting in the M1 and M1A1 models, which were commonly carried by both non-commissioned and commissioned officers.
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Sam Ammouri

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