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Auto Ordnance Thompson 1927 .45ACP 30-Round Magazine

Auto Ordnance Thompson 1927 .45ACP 30-Round Magazine « »

SKU: T11
UPC: 602686210126

$79.99

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  • Stainless steel construction
  • Corrosion-resistant finish
  • Clear-cut witness holes
  • Rugged steel spring
  • Durable steel follower
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Description

Featuring stainless steel construction with a corrosion-resistant finish, the Auto Ordnance® Thompson 1927 .45ACP 30-Round Magazine is a classic stick mag and is perfect for your Thompson submachine gun. This factory magazine features a rugged steel spring and steel follower for smooth, reliable feeding in high-stress target and defensive situations. Plus, clear-cut witness holes provide quick, easy round counts on the fly. Founded by John T. Thompson as the company that would go on to launch the historic Thompson submachine gun, Auto Ordnance stays true to the heritage of America’s most iconic weapons while continually refining and improving designs. More maneuverable and easier to handle than the oversized drum magazine, these standard capacity stick mags are a must-have for your .45 ACP Thompson. Grab a few 30-round magazines today!

Will NOT fit firearms made in West Hurley, NY, or before 1990.

Specifications
Material: Steel
Color: Black
Caliber: 45 Auto (ACP)
Capacity: 30-Round
Fits: Auto Ordnance Thompson
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