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This photo is from the great book:" AMERICAN THUNDER II, The military Thompson submachine guns";

I'm sorry because is not a good photo, I took it so fast.....( the Tommy gun must be more straight;) ) , I hope you'll enjoy it.


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Not bad work considering that it was done in a jungle workshop.
 

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Makes me think more and more that the hand-made grips on my TT33 are from a similar shop in Vietnam.
 

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They copied a lot of guns that I would be afraid to fire myself for fear of them explododing in my face.
 

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They basically copied almost everything. When you really get into the breadth of jungle made weapons it is extremely fascinating.
 

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Same with many arms in China as you can find copies of all sorts of arms. Some are well made and some are SCARY.
 
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