Features Fully Licensed Thompson Laser Etched Trademarks Full metal receiver, barrel assembly, "Cutts" compensator, and magazine Imitation wood stock, grip and handguard Period correct ambidextrous top-side charging handle Chicago Typewriter Thompson drum mag included Marui compatible system with tons of after-market upgrade parts. Internals are pre-upgraded with an in-line MOSFET and 9mm bearings Adjustable hopup and Lyman-Style, fully adjustable rear sight Semi-automatic, fully-automatic, and safety modes
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.
Manufacturer: King Arms (Licensed by Cybergun / Thompson Auto Ordnance) FPS Range: 340-380 Specifications: Length:
450rd High-Cap Drum Mag. Compatible with King Arms, Tokyo Marui and other similar Thompson Series Airsoft AEG Magazines
Ver 6 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable
7.4v LiPo recommended (Battery not included. Wired to stock with Deans connector.)
Gun, Magazine, Manual
About Cybergun / Spartan Mil/LE
Cybergun is the world leader in designing and distributing replica dummy weapons for video game aficionados, sport or outdoor shooting, and collectors.
Founded in 1916, Thompson Auto-Ordnance produces possibly one of the most iconic weapons in US history, the Thompson Sub-Machine Gun. The weapon has become synonymous with the roaring 20s in film and media, and found wide spread use throughout the 30s and 40s during the 2nd World War. The majority of media and films depicting the Prohibition Era and World War 2 following it will most certainly feature the Thompson Sub-Machine Gun as it was a weapon favored by Gangsters and Lawmen alike and eventually finding its way into the hands of The Greatest Generation as they fought tyranny abroad. Today Thompson Auto-Ordnance still produces a civilian version of the Thompson Sub-Machine Gun which is still highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike.
About King Arms / Eagle Force
King Arms was founded in 2004 with the mission to ensure optimum customer satisfaction by providing precision products and outstanding service. In 2015, we moved our headquarters from Hong Kong to Taiwan where we've continued to provide excellent products with the highest quality. While working with leading firearms manufactures, we provide to our customers a level of innovation and authenticity that can't be found anywhere else in the Airsoft industry. This goal is what continuously drives us to improve and gives us purpose.
(Write a review) "Bought myself 2 of these since they were on sale this week.
Externally these guns are gorgeous. Minus the incorrect stock, these are pretty close externally to the M1928 Thompson models.
Out of the box, both have shot around 380 FPS.
Also, the wood furniture seems to consistently be a bit loose on each Thompson, so you'll to tighten those up.
They have inline mosfets, no fancy programmability but whatever.
The orange tips are drenched in superglue and really annoying to have to remove. There are also tiny metal pins in the orange tips.
For some reason, the charging handles are coated in grease. I'd recommend wiping it off before using them in any outdoor games.
I don't recommend using the drum mags that are included. While they do feed, they cause significant FPS loss, by around 80 or so FPS. I'm guessing this is because the drum mags dont sit as close to the hopup unit as standard Thompson stick mags do. Standard King Arms Thompson stick mags don't have this issue and feed just fine with no FPS loss.
Internals are actually fairly good. Theres a QCS system utilized for the gun. The wiring extension that goes from the receiver to the stock is also wired to deans. Very solid cool guns and I'm glad I got them while they were on sale. "Finally, a Tommy that's actually competitive!
Was so incredibly happy to see this thing pop up on the new arrivals page, having just lamented the fact nobody made a correct 1928 model Thompson.
-Heavy! Actually feels like the mean beast it is! The real wood stock is very high quality for an airsoft gun
-Excellent trigger response with a 7.4 lipo, and having a MOSFET and Deans is very nice
-Looks mean as hell from the front with the fat compensator
-Shoots a little hot. Managed to get 422-430 FPS out of the box with .23s
-Hopup is simple but won't let you down. stayed consistent through the entire first magazine
-Heavy! Might wear on some of the smaller folks among us after a while
-Trigger response is nice, but trigger pull itself is still creepy. Realistic, but could use some tuning
-Stock is still incorrect. They've put an M1A1 stock on the 1928 body, weird choice and distracts if you're a stickler for authenticity, especially with how much work they put into for the trademarks and body "Very well built gun, looks and feels beautiful, full metal and wood with a very realistic weight and feel, only downside of the gun would be the fact that everything came in feeling loose, the stock, and front vertical foregrip (nothing else really just those two), my recommendation for anyone purchasing this gun would be to tighten down on all the screws you see on the wood furniture. trigger response is really great, an upgrade over the king arms Thompson's, and the cybergun/cyma Thompsons. the bolt is non functional, but you can cock it back and forth which is a nice touch ( FINALLY ON THE RIGHT PLACE) glad to see a properly placed bolt on the gun, was tired of seeing that weird M1A1 style bolt on a 1928 Thompson, the iron sights are fully adjustable, and the fire selectors are period correct for a 1928 model Thompson. and the cutts compensator is proportionate to its real steel counterpart, only innacurate thing about this gun would be the stock is still based off of the M1A1 stock. but that's not a big deal at all, as the rest of the gun is really well done.
overall this gun was very much worth the price, very glad I picked this gun up, but please tighten the screws before anything! also the gun comes with a mosfet and is wired to deans connections. Read More Reviews Write a Review
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