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Thompson M1928a1
My replica of one of the guns of my favourite gun series: The Thompson M1928a1 with militairy configuration.
About this creation

I like this picture the most. It's taken in such a nice position!

Name: Thompson M1928a1 (Tommygun) | LegoŽ Thompson M1928a1
Place of origin: United states | The Netherlands
In Service 1938 - 1971 | 2008-2009
Designer: John T. Thompson | Tom Jongejans
Number built: 1,700,000 (approximately) | 4
Length: 82 cm | 81,8 cm
Rate of fire: 700-800 | +/- 300 rpm
Feed system: 20, 30, 50 or 100 round detatchable magazines | 12 round by gears





My best Thompson yet. Now with a "20-round" magazine.


Now with "30-round" magazine.


And now with te "50-round" drum magazine.


The three magazines.


Pistol-style. I removed the (nice looking) stock removed.


Pistol-style with drum. Now it's gangster-style.


The mechanism.


Just like my Reising M50, it has a very short trigger pull.


Looking down the working sights. It's very accurate.


The gun features a working flipsight too.


The standard rubberbands I use on all of my rubberband guns.


The Thompson M1928a1 fully loaded with twelve rubberbands.


FPS with drum.


FPS with "20-round" magazine.


And at last, a very nice, clear picture.


My first replica of the M1928a1 series of the Thompson. I made two Thompsons before, but that are M1a1's. All Thompsons are cool, but I like the M1921 and M1928 the most. My Thompson is full-sized, with three removable megazines, flipsight, ironsigt and removable stock, wich looks very, very good. I'm very proud of it because the stock is the hardest part. It fires 12 rubberbands is semi-auto with an amazing accuracy. I can hit minifigs with it on a distacne of 2,5 meters! Instructions will not be made.




Comments

Tom J
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how 4ever
  December 5, 2010
amazing ! check out mine if you want
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  October 25, 2009
Mooi gedaan! Echt ik houd van Thompsons! Jou naam past er ook goed bij; Thomspon Tom XD Bdeankt voor die video help :P Je hebt trouwens wel heeeeel veel pistolen opgenoemd. Een Nambu zal ik nooit van me leven maken, ik houd niet van Japanners en Chinezen XD Walther PPK en Luger P0-8 zijn een goed idee!
 I made it 
  April 22, 2009
Quoting Jack Streat nice! youve done well with this. the colour scheme is great, and a 12 round magazine is pretty big! next time, why dont you try to get the mechanism on the inside - that would be even better! but yeah, great gun
Thanks! But I'm not very good at "Inside-mechanisms". But I should think about it!
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  April 22, 2009
nice! youve done well with this. the colour scheme is great, and a 12 round magazine is pretty big! next time, why dont you try to get the mechanism on the inside - that would be even better! but yeah, great gun
Tom J
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brandon emmert
  March 29, 2009
nice thompson! its probably the best ive seen on mocpages. can you check out my combat shotgun?
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  March 29, 2009
WOWOWOW heeeeel mooi, zalig gewoon, drum is zo moi en alles is niet meer multicolored, omg ik ben er weg van check mijn omaha beach V2, je zult verstelt staan
 I made it 
  March 28, 2009
Quoting Marco P Replicas omg wat een mooie thompson en die sight is ook heel goed gedaan als ik een nog een thompson ga bouwen mag ik het idee van you sight gebruiken? de kolf is er goed gemaakt beter dan die van mij ik moet zeggen je wapens worden steeds beter ook je meganismes worden beter.. goed werk ga zo door!
Natuurlijk mag je dat gebruiken! En erg bedankt.
Tom J
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Marco P Replicas
  March 27, 2009
omg wat een mooie thompson en die sight is ook heel goed gedaan als ik een nog een thompson ga bouwen mag ik het idee van you sight gebruiken? de kolf is er goed gemaakt beter dan die van mij ik moet zeggen je wapens worden steeds beter ook je meganismes worden beter.. goed werk ga zo door!
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  March 26, 2009
AH! without loading time! Great I get it. Amazing gun! Shame you haven't entered it in your own submachine gun contest!!!
 I made it 
  March 26, 2009
Quoting Milan CMadge Too Cool! But I can't help but doubt it can fire 300 rounds a minute. (I see you used my facts idea! | No prob!)
Yes, I used your facts. But without the reloading process, it really fires 300 rpm: I can fire 4-5 rounds per second.
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  March 25, 2009
Great Job with the overall shape of the weapon, you've captured that quite well. The color scheme woks nicely too. I might not make the drum magazine so colorful, but other then that you have made a great build here. -Dylan
  March 25, 2009
Too Cool! But I can't help but doubt it can fire 300 rounds a minute. (I see you used my facts idea! | No prob!)
Tom J
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Juho Grohn
  March 22, 2009
Not bad, not bad at all! Much less colors then in some of your guns, and looks good. Well, maybe not the round drum. That still looks like if you would have molten all your Legos and putten them in a frying pan. Still, not bad.
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  March 22, 2009
This is wonderfull overall, but I think the stock is just a little too thin. I still like him very much! You do great work!
 I made it 
  March 22, 2009
Quoting Chas Irish It looks great! Do you think you could post your short trigger pull instructions. Mine have a long trigger pull.
Maybe I can do. Altough it's pretty simple...
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  March 22, 2009
It looks great! Do you think you could post your short trigger pull instructions. Mine have a long trigger pull.
 
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