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Thompson Semi auto Carbine

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by DDawg, Sep 9, 2008.

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  1. DDawg

    DDawg Member

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    I found a Auto-Ordiance Tompson Semi Auto Carbine. in 22LR it says Model of 1927 A3. Says it's Rare.
    He might take $1,000 for it. How do I tell if it is the real deal?

    One similar to this but in Mint. Condition sold on gunbroker for about 7,500.

    Thanks,
    David
     
  2. DDawg

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    Never mind, I just found the "same" Gun for 395.00
     
  3. DDawg

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    Here I go replying to my own posts,
    but the 1927 A3 that sold for 7,500 has the same info on it that I wrote down on the 1927 A3 at the dealer. The 350.00 1927 A3 is no longer listed.
    Whats up with that???
     
  4. marktx

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    Dunno much about them but I happened to run across one at a gun shop in Little Rock, AR a couple months back for $900. It got me excited when I first saw it as a .45 in new condition with a drum would be a nice bargain at that price. Then shop owner told me it was a rare .22 version, it seemed like a nice piece of kit but would rather spend the money to get it in .45. The one I saw at the shop came with a violin case and a big drum just for price comparison purposes.
     
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