ID: 31396 (AEG-SA-Tom-43901)
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The infamous Thompson Model 1928 aka the "Tommy Gun" or "Chicago Typewriter" was favored by every mobster and gangster in the early 1900s for its firepower and portability. Even the infamous John Dillinger, Public Enemy Number One, favored the Thompson submachine gun. Johnny Depp, who plays Dillinger in the Hollywood movie "Public Enemies" wields the Tommy gun in several intense fight scenes. This replica is true to the original and comes complete with foregrip, finned barrel and signature Cutts Compensator.
- Chicago Typewriter Thompson drum mag included
- Features original logos and trademarks
- Metal upper receiver w/ ABS lower
- Steel gears / metal bushings / reinforced Marui compatible gearbox
- Metal body for authentic look and realistic weight
- High quality simulated wood grain finish
- Adjustable hopup
- 2-way adjustable rear sight
- Realistic 1:1 scale
400~450 FPS Energy: 1 joule.Hopup:
Adjustable Hopup.Magazine capacity:
450 round drum mag / Use all Thompson Type AEG Mag. Spare mid-cap, hi-cap, drum mag available here at Evike.com!BB:
Works best with 0.20g, 0.23g, 0.25g or 0.28g Matrix bb.Weight:
32 inches.Rate of fire:
600~700 bb / minHopup:
Yes / Adjustable.Mode:
Full Auto, Semi Auto and safety.Hopup:
Yes, adjustablePackage Includes:
Gun, Drum MagazineManufacture:
CYMA (Cybergun licensed / Saeilo Enterprise Inc.)Things you may need to get started:
Battery and Charger – Required to power your AEG; use a high quality battery and charger for best results.Spare Magazines – Stay in the fight longer by bringing more ammo with you.BBs – High quality precision 6mm BBs recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BBs for best results.Silicone Oil – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order.
(Write a review)
"This gun is a BEAST!
When I first took this gun out for actual airsoft games, I was extremely surprised at how easy it was to see the BBs fly out. It was a great advantage since I could whether or not I was hitting my targets or not! The drum mag is not only great for looks for ammo capacity as well, at 450 BBs.
*Stylish period gun
*Visible line of fire (able to see the BBs fly out)
*Great and stylish hi-cap drum mag which is easy to use
*Compatible with Thompson stick mags
*Built in fore-grip
*Easy hop-up adjustment
*Doesn't feel awkward when firing on semi
*Kind of awkward to hold, you have to lean in to shoulder and fire (You can always hold the drum/ stick mag as a fore-grip though)
*Battery rattles around the stock a bit but you can put in bit of tissues to fill in the empty spaces
*Not a lot of places to put away the drug mag on your load out unless you have a big pouch
*A bit expensive as it is almost $200
*Can't be used it in indoor airsoft fields
*Faux wood (eh... not too big of deal)
*Compartment on the stock to change battery sometimes gets jammed if the wires are pushed up against it inside
Gun is totally worth buying, I'd definitely recommend it to anyone buying their first airsoft gun.
"I highly recommend this gun. I've had it for many years now although all it does it collect dust for me now. But anyways, when i used to use it as my primary weapon i loved every second. The only complaint i can say i have for this gun is the mag. I didn't tell my friend when i lend it to him that you have to crank it a certain way. If you don't follow the arrows on the mag to wind it, it just about breaks instantly and they are around 45 bucks to replace which is a downer. Also i am a smaller guy so the stock is somewhat large for me but I've found that if you just tuck the end of the stock under your armpit instead of holding it like you should, its a perfect shot down the sights. Overall I highly recommend this gun and it has lasted me many fun years and maybe even more to come. If you are debating between getting this or not, id say get it. You"re not wasting a penny.
"This is a gorgeous gun, heavy metal frame, and quite good for the price. I've had this gun a little over 3 years, the only thing that you need to do, is get a better battery, probably about a 9.6v small type, the stock battery mine came with was bad and gave me a lot of trouble, it would jam, and things like that. And I recommend getting a stick mag for this, the drum is very nice and showy, but the winding mechanization isn't all that great.
Durable metal frame
Good FPS around 400
Beautiful Sub machine gun
The heavy plastic handle, stock, and grip can be a bit flimsy at times
Drum mag has flaws
Overall, it's pretty good.
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