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Read more at Auto-Ordnance: http://www.auto-ordnance.com/
Who doesn’t want to own a piece of American History in their collection? I know I do. The weapon of choice by gangsters like Al Capone and John Dilllinger, the “Tommy Gun” was synonymous with fire power in the ’20s. However that is not all. During World War II The Thompson served as a constant companion of American soldiers and played a significant role in battles won in the Pacific and Europe, making The Thompson submachine gun a historical firearm for the good guys, too.
Kahr Firearms Group has proudly preserved the legacy of Auto-Ordnance Corporation, the original maker of the Thompson submachine gun. For 2016 Auto-Ordnance is offering new finish options to the T150D line of Tommy Guns. The T150DTG is the Titanium Gold model with all the classic details of the time-honored original. The wood is beautiful American walnut. The frame and receiver are machined from solid steel and finished in titanium gold. It will come with a 30 round stick magazine and a 50 round drum. Due to the fact that the Titanium Gold finish is done by an outside company, A.O. is expecting only 15 to 20 available each month for purchase. The retail price will be roughly $2500 . Unfortunately for those of you in New York and Connecticut, Tommy Guns are prohibited.
Thompson 1927A – 1 Titanium Gold
Barrel: 16.5”, finned (w/compensator 18”) / 1 in 16 right hand twist
Material: Steel with Gold Finish
Length: 41” Overall
Weight: 13 lbs
Sights: Pinned in front blade, Open rear adjustable
Stock: Walnut fixed stock and vertical foregrip
Magazines: 50 round drum & 30 round stick magazine
Operation: Blow back, fires from a closed bolt
Warranty: 1 year
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Read More at MRI: https://www.magnumresearch.com/
Magnum Research, Inc. a 30 year old company, is well known for producing the distinctive Desert Eagle pistol. In June 2010 Kahr Firearms Group purchased Magnum Research Inc (MRI) and continued the production of the pop culture icon Desert Eagle pistols. New for 2016 MRI is adding the .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum to the already exiting .50 AE caliber stainless steel line with the integrated muzzle brake. The Mark XIX (Mark 19) Desert Eagle Pistols now offer a true interchangeable platform with 3 calibers.
The standard configuration will be in a 6 inch barrel, but a 10 inch barrel will be an option (in the black oxide finish only). Once you purchase one handgun, you will have the platform to build any of the calibers with a simple change of the barrel, magazine and (in the case of the .357 magnum) the bolt assembly. Here’s how it works. The .50 AE handguns are convertible to the .44 Magnum by switching the barrel and magazine. This is a simple conversion that can be done in seconds. For converting to the .357 Magnum, you will need to switch the barrel, magazine and bolt assembly so this may take a few minutes. All of the conversion kits can be purchased from retailers or directly from MRI. The MSRP on the Desert Eagle pistol is $3035. The conversion kits range from $476 to $624 depending on the finish and they are available now.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX Stainless Steel
Model: Stainless with Integral Muzzle Brake
Caliber: .50AE (DE50SRMB) / .44 Magnum (DE44SRMB)/ .357 Magnum (DE357SRMB)
Length O/A: 10.75”
Slide Width: 1.25”
Weight: 4 lbs 7 oz (.50AE) / 4 lbs 8 oz (.44 Magnum) / 4 lbs 10 oz (.357 Magnum)
Sight: Combat type, fixed
Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel