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I meant model of a Thompson and yes its the Mark 45 Im getting it teflon coated here pretty soon its actually my dads but I decided to let everyone take a look at it and honestly It has a completely different setup than a thompson it just resembles one a little my apologies on the way I worded it.
 

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Beladran said:
does it have the "fun" setting?
NO it doesnt have the FUN setting but I wish it did I would mow down all the trees in the yard if it did. But its cool its my dads but he know (Brad) Muddawg so I think he is going to get it teflon coated in OD green I have a feeling it will look cool but its just a builder you know not anything special you just want to kinda tinker with it a while.
 

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i tell you a intersting story. my uncle used to go to military auctions to buy equipment, hummers, old jeeps. He would then restore them if needed and sell them. he bid and won a jeep that was still in the wooden shipping crate not even put together yet. when they got it back to the shop and un packed it they found a brand new M1A1 tommy gun still in the box wrapped in cosmo. he had to give it back = ( i bet the army destroyed it.
 

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Awwwwww man that would have destroyed my heart honestly I probably would have locked it up and never say anything about it and that could be my dirty little secret. :evil:
 

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OD green ought to look pretty good.
 

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Is it as heavy as some of those Thompsons (may have been knock offs, been a while)? Yeah, put a little money in it an you aught to have a good looking weapon. 20 rounds of 230 FMJ .45's would ruin someone's day, you could flatten all four 24's and plenty left over for that two-tone paint job.
 
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