Standard Manufacturing just announced a totally revamped version of their scaled-down Tommy gun in .22 Long Rifle, the G4S. They’re also getting ready to roll out a blued and case-hardened beauty, a .22 target pistol that takes after the Colt Woodsman to go along with a .45 Colt Single Action revolver released last year.
Starting with the G4S, the new Standard Manufacturing rifle is a retro-futuristic space gun. It’s not too hard to see the Thompson elements in the design but its style is very far removed from the original.
The G4S takes modular to its extreme, with front and rear Picatinny rails on top with a third 6-o’clock rail on the bottom of the forend. In addition, the rifle has both KeyMod and M-Lok slots along the length of the handguard and the receiver on both sides.
The G4S also has an adjustable thumbhole stock and a Thompson-style slant brake. It feeds from either 10-round stick mags or 50-round drums. It has a machined 7075 alloy receiver and a 16.5-inch barrel.
The G4S is priced at $549, with stick mags running $49 and drums $249. If the looks of the G4S aren’t for you, then their upcoming handgun probably is.
Standard Manufacturing is prepping the launch of their .22 Semi Automatic Pistol. These handsome and traditionally styled handguns feature case-hardened frames with polished blued barrels and walnut stocks.
The Semi Automatic has a nicely engraved frame and slide in addition to its decorative case-colored finish and checkered grips. It features a traditional blade front sight and an adjustable rear sight and comes with a 6-5/8-inch barrel.
The .45 Colt Single Action revolver currently comes with a number of different barrel options, 4.75-, 5.5- and 7.5-inches and optional fancy walnut or checkered walnut grips. It’s entirely constructed from 4140 steel, with no cast or injection molded parts.
Like the Single Action, the Semi Automatic is a premium pistol that’s hand-fit and hand-polished and carries a suggested price of $1,999. The Single Action Revolver starts at $1,895 with the standard grips.
For more about these and the rest of the Standard Manufacturing catalog, check them out online.