Brownells, SilencerCo and Auto Ordnance Team Up for Exclusive Tommy Gun Kit

    Thompson Summit Package promo photo from SilencerCo

    Brownells, SilencerCo and Auto Ordnance have teamed up to offer a suppressor ready semi-automatic Thompson submachine gun.

    The new gun is the latest in SilencerCo’s Summit series, working together with other companies and manufacturers to offer a unique package. The latest Summit offering brings together an Auto Ordnance Thompson SBR (with a detachable buttstock) in .45 ACP with a SilencerCo Omega 45k suppressor.

    The Summit Thompson in its custom case and in the M1928A1 configuration (SilencerCo)

    Offered for sale through Brownells, the T1SBT1BSB package, also comes with vertical and horizontal foregrip to give the classic M1928 and M1928A1 Thompson looks. The package comes with a 20-round box magazine and a 50-round drum magazine all packaged in a custom violin case made by Thug Case.

    From the Brownell’s store page:

    With the SilencerCo Tommy Gun Summit you get two things that go together naturally: the iconic “Tommy” gun, famed in movies and Depression Era history, and a sound suppressor! Built around Auto Ordnance’s civilian-legal, semi-auto reproduction of the legendary Thompson Model 1928 .45 ACP submachine gun, this short-barreled rifle comes with a fully machined steel receiver and genuine American walnut furniture, just like the original.

    The impressive package doesn’t come cheap, however, retailing at $3,800 but you’ll also need the SBR and suppressor tax stamps.

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