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Soft Air Thompson M1A1 Full-Metal Body AEG airsoft gun

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  • Airsoft replica Thompson M1AI rifle
  • Part of exclusive "Guns of History" collection, consisting of authentic airsoft replica weapons
  • Full metal, one-to-one scale of the original
  • Intended for use with heavier weight six-millimeter, 20-gram BBs only
  • Includes limited 30-day manufacturer's warranty
  • Laser engraved Thompson & Property of U.S. Army trademarks with unique serial numbers for ultimate realism
  • Steel gears with a full metal reinforced gearbox
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Product Description

This Thompson M1A1 is part of the Exclusive "GUNS OF HISTORY" collection consisting of the most authentic airsoft replica's on the market! Full metal, 1:1 scale of the real firearm counterpart are just a few of the reasons that make this airsoft replica stand above the rest. Fully licensed and trademarked including unique serial numbers along with quality craftsmanship will not disappoint.. We HIGHLY recommend the use of .20g+ BB's for maximum performance. The use of low grade .12g BB's can and will cause damage to the gun and may void the warranty. The Thompson Submachine Gun was designed by General John T. Thompson, who was inspired by the trench warfare of World War I to develop a “one-man, hand-held machine gun”, firing a rifle caliber round. In 1938, the Thompson submachine gun was adopted by the U.S. military, serving during World War II and later into the Korean War, as well as early stages of the Vietnam War. Other Allied countries purchased the Thompson as well, notably the United Kingdom and France. Modifications to simplify production and reduce cost were made in 1942, resulting in the M1 and M1A1 models, which were commonly carried by both non-commissioned and commissioned officers.

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An incredibly detailed and lifelike replica, the weapon features the original metal construction, wood handle and stock, and bolt action controls.
This replica Thompson M1AI is part of an exclusive "Guns of History" collection, consisting of authentic airsoft replica weapons. A full metal, one-to-one scale of the original, it's intended for use with heavier weight six-millimeter, 20-gram BBs only.

About the Original Thompson
The Thompson submachine gun was designed by General John T. Thompson, who was inspired by the trench warfare of World War I to develop a one-man, hand-held machine gun firing a rifle caliber round. In 1938, the Thompson was adopted by the U.S. military, serving during World War II and later into the Korean War, as well as early stages of the Vietnam War. Other Allied countries purchased the Thompson as well, notably the United Kingdom and France. Modifications to simplify production and reduce cost were made in 1942, resulting in the M1 and M1A1 models, which were commonly carried by both non-commissioned and commissioned officers.

Warranty
The Thompson M1AI includes a limited 30-day manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.


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  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 11 x 3 inches ; 8.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001B4QVMA
  • Item model number: 43900
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,690 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Its also very heavy like a real gun.
Robert L. Borchardt
I guarantee that once you get this your friends will be scared by it and you will dominate any battlefield.
Zach
The m1a1 Army Thompson is a great airsoft gun.
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By C. Wells on February 21, 2010
I have two ar-15 style airsofts(UTG and KWA--oh yeah), an mp-5 style(Crosman), a pistol and this Thompson. This is probably the best of the group. It is the most accurate--yes, it is more accurate than the higher-end KWA. Some of the others guns don't fire at times and need to be moved between auto and semi-fire modes to resume shooting--read your gun clicks, doesn't shoot and your buddy locates you and inflicts a painful punishment making your scream "I'm hit, quit shooting me!" The Thompson has the buddy screaming instead.

The gun is well made, solidly built and looks mean like the original.

The only drawbacks are that it has long range capability, but no scope ability--but this is like the original, so deal with it. Also, although the sight is very easy to use, it is only marginally adjustable. The rear sight has a hole sight and a notch on top for two range sighting and it can move up and down and slightly side to side. Mine however, does not adjust down as far as necessary for close shots, making the shot higher than aimed. Hop-up is adjustable on this model so further adjustment may resolve this, but I prefer to be able to make those long range shots so I simply compensate. Mine came standard with a 47 round magazine, not a high capacity. In auto mode the shots go quickly and you will want a high-cap magazine. Some packages come with a drum so that would resolve this issue. These drawbacks are very minor and not worth removing a star. The gun's accuracy is not affected. For airsoft, it put the shot as close as possible to the same spot every time.

Finally, this gun is just fun to shoot. It aims fast, shoots fast, feals great in the hand and looks great. Buy it and have fun.
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76 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Hayes on November 25, 2009
i am an avid intermediate airsoft player and i have had my share of airsoft guns and AEG's. throught my 5 years of airsoft i have not come across a gun better than the Cybergun Thompson. it is beautiful, the design is flawless and the internals are top of the line. the only plastic parts of the gun are the "wooden" parts or the stock, grip and hand rail. everything else is metal. it shoots about 380fps with perfect hop up. the best part is its accuracy. its ridiculously accurate. i suggest buying white BBs for any airsoft gun in general so adjusting the hop up isnt a pain. basically if you aim at something you will hit it.
PROS: great internals, great feel, accuarte as all hell, easy access hop up, full metal, can house a large type battery and small type battery.
CONS: only about 700rpm(still not bad), need two hands to take out mag(easily fixable with some vasaline)
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By J. Kern on October 23, 2010
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Now I have had this product for two years now and may i say it is one of my favorite all time airsoft guns.
This overall is a great gun.

AMMO & MAGAZINES:
It includes a 600 round hi-cap stick magzine. This magazine is full metal and very simple to use, the only draw back to this hi-cap mag is after 250-300 shots you have to wind the gear at the bottom of the magazine, no worry though because it only requiers 6-7 spins of a dial the size of a quarter. It is also extreemly easy to find extra/replacement magazines for this gun. There are three types of replacement magazines: The standard 600 or 300 round hi-cap stick magazine (Identical to the one that is included)or the more realistic 40 round low-cap magazine, I happen to be a big fan of this magazine partially because I play alot of real/Milsim events that require realistic magazine capacity's. Or if you want to get even more fire power, and that John Dillinger look there is the Cybergun 100 round electric wind drum magazine, when I am not playing at a mil sim event this is my magazine of choice, this mag beats the stick mag on every level, it has a higher ammo capacity and you do not have to wind it. One disadvantage to this magazine is you can really only carry one due to is circular shape (unless you forgo a tactical vest and use a messanger bag/ stachel to carry your ammo as a friend of mine does). Also a note: ONLY USE 20.GRAM BB'S YOU WILL ONLY GET JAMS AND CRACKED SHOTS OTHERWISE.

Fire Power:
Now on the box it will say 350 fps (feet per second) but using the stock battery and my chronorapgh I have reached 400 fps, which is amazing, especially for a fully auto weapon like this.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Lloyd on November 25, 2010
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First, this is not Lloyd, but his son.

If this review is too long for you, skip down to the bottom for the important stuff.

When I first heard about airsoft, I thought it sounded kind of stupid. The only wars I had been in were with slingshots and pumice balls, and the only airsoft guns I had seen were cheap Walmart pistols. When my friend invited me to an airsoft war, I figured I would kick some trash, being able to shoot ten times as far as the guns I had seen. To my surprise, I did not go up against little 5-shot pistols, but big 400-shot fully automatic Kalashnikovs, the kind they use to hunt bear (or so I thought when ten hit me at once). As I dragged my beaten carcass home, I determined to get myself a good gun. Problem was, I didn't know the difference between a Kalashnikov automatic and a made-in-China plastic spring. I researched all I could, but still could not find the gun I wanted. I didn't know which sites to trust, or how to get a good price. Finally I decided to just buy the gun that looks the coolest, which is a very bad thing to do. Luckily, the gun that caught my eye was the Thompson M1A1 Full-Metal Body AEG, and I have not been disappointed. The package only took five and a half years to ship, or so it seemed, and the moment it arrived I tore the gun out and started shooting everything in sight. It was then I discovered one big problem. I needed to buy ammo for it! All I had were about ten .12g BBS I had shaken out of my skin after the last war. These would not work, however, and I had to wait another agonizing 2 days until I could go buy some ammo. The gun finally loaded, I tried yet again to shoot it. I then discovered that the battery needed charged. After staring at the wall for five hours, I readied my gun for the last time.
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