King Arms Thompson Full Metal M1A1 Tommy Gun AEG w/ Drum Magazine

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Model: M1A1
Muzzle Velocity: 410 FPS
Build Material: Metal Receiver, Polymer Stock
Weight: 9 lbs
Inner Barrel: 300 mm
Battery Type: 8.4V Large
Gearbox: Version 6 (Metal)
Magazine Capacity: 450 / 60 rounds
Color: Black w/ faux wood
Product Code:
GUN-CUSTOM-51

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    Our take:  The King Arms fully licensed Thompson M1A1 AEG is the most powerful Thompson on the market and is one of the newest King Arms AEGs available.  Even more exciting, perhaps, is the fact that this is hands down the best bang-for-your-buck value you're ever going to see on a King Arms manufactured metal gearbox AEG.  We're not surprised to see that the King Arms M1A1 Thompson AEG easily dominates the original Tokyo Marui M1A1, a performance and quality benchmark for the Thompson model.  We expected nothing less, either, from such a high-performance, high quality brand like King Arms.  This rifle features fully licensed trademarks.  And for the price, it's an absolute no-brainer!

    Features:

    - Full metal gearbox with high performance components
    - King Arms M.I.M. branded high speed steel gears
    - Printed Thompson trademarks; fully licensed for maximum authenticity
    - Simulated wood grips and stock
    - 100% compatible with Tokyo Marui parts
    - Battery and charger included
    - 450rd high capacity drum magazine w/ 60rd spare mag

    Specifications:
    Operation:  Electric Automatic
    Firing Modes:  Semi-automatic and Full-automatic
    Muzzle Velocity: 390-410 FPS (w/ 0.20g BBs)
    Magazine: 60rd standard magazine
    Gearbox:  Full metal
    Barrel: Full metal
    Hop-up:  Adjustable
    Weight:  8 pounds

    Ammo type:  Seamless 0.20g or heavier (0.23g, 0.25g, 0.26g, 0.28g, etc) BBs.  For maximum performance and accuracy, Airsoft Megastore recommends GoldenBall ProSlick BBs which carry perfect spherical consistency and density, available at Airsoft Megastore for the lowest price on the market, guaranteed.Package includes: Rifle, rechargeable battery, wall charger, instruction manual, 60rd magazine

    Package includes:  Rifle, 450rd drum magazine, 60rd magazine, battery, wall charger

    Battery Charger Recommendation:  Although this fully automatic airsoft rifle comes with a standard wall charger to charge the battery, Airsoft Megastore recommends the use of a smart charger to avoid overcharging the battery(overcharged batteries may cause decreased airsoft gun performance and may shorten battery life significantly).  Smart chargers not only shorten charge time significantly (up to 800% faster charging), but more importantly,also automatically shut off once the battery is fully charged to avoid overcharged batteries.



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    *****
    LET A PERSON WHO REENACTS WW II TO TEACH YOU
    22/01/12
    By: Colton Buckley

    "Ok, this gun uses .2 bb's. This isn't the 'chicago typewriter' either. The Chicago Typewriter is the 1928 model. The M1A1 DID use drum mags. 20 round and 50 round. The Rangers who fought at Dieppe (before Normany invasion) and the PTO (Pacific Theater of Operations) used them. This is not a weapon for a modern airsofter, as it was built to specifications of the WW II impressionists and won't keep up with a m4 that has a hi cap box mag. Do your research before writing reviews on guns you know nothing about! This gun was built strictly for WW II impressionist airsofters, and it was first tested out by us. It's has great use in a WW II game, where only WWII weapons are used."

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    *****
    still a killer
    21/01/12
    By: Captain Knight of The SPECTRES

    "Well 2 years ago i purchased this gun from this site and ya know it still shoots like new the gun has amazing accuracy for an iron sighted gun the drum it comes with is very helpful for an assault or fending one off however there are a few dryfire shots here n there the stick mag is a 47 rd mag that is perfect this gun will ultimately be one of the sturdiest yet keep on rockin airsoftmegastore!!! and to those of you rating without buying get real already..."

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    *****
    Great Gun
    27/12/11
    By: Russell

    "Didnt buy the gun from here but its the same one great gun shoots very accurately, has high cap. mags, long lasting battery, very durable and real feeling. This gun is definetly worth 200 bucks"

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    *****
    Look man just awesome...
    29/01/11
    By: Noah Brundin

    "Seriously this gun has Al Capone written all over it. My friend let me use this and ever since i love trench coats."

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    *****
    Drum mag
    21/01/11
    By: Eric

    "Originally the thompson supplied to the army came with drum magazines in the cases but the army didn't like the rattling of the bullets in the resevoir so they issued stick magazines, I have used a real thompson before and the drum mag does make a rattle and is heavy as HELL"

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    *****
    one of the best guns i have ever bought
    05/10/10
    By: jon strickler

    "so this was my first airsoft gun i purchased. and it was the best one i have ever purchased. the gun is full metal, and has a metal gear box. the fps canget up to 475 with .12's, and 390-400 with .2's, and 350 with .25's. this airsoft gun has a great iron sight, and has a high rate of fire. you can rely on this weapon with not breaking on you, and allowing you to look sexy while playing and owning! this weapon is a great replica of the real thompon. basically this weapon just kicks a$$! its amazing, i love it, and i have had it since december of 2009, and it still works just as good as it did when i bought it. A must buy weapon if you dont mind not having the ability to add atachments. cause i dont, you dont need any atachments for such a great weapon!"

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    *****
    Beast for ten minutes
    15/12/11
    By: HonestAirsofter

    "Pros Rate of fire Looks mag capacity Fps Accurate Cons Heavy Heavy Sights Don't own it bu i borrowed it from a friend. It is beast on everything except the sights and the weight. It was awesome but then i realized it had no sling. Try to hold a nine pound weight anf 300 bbs and adrenaline while you are running through the wood. Suggestions Buy a sling. I know its a shame to ruin a classic but buy a red dot scope. "

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    *****
    Drum Mags
    27/11/11
    By: Dale Manis

    "To the guy below me(or whoever said the U.S. army didn't use drum mags) Actually, the U.S. army during WWII, did use drum mags, but they were very rare. You hardly ever see them in pictures of the soldiers, but they did have a few."

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    *****
    Corrections on terms
    29/07/10
    By: Dale Darr

    "I came to set straight the terms that were miss marked to the Thompson SMG. First of all, This is the first time I've EVER heard the Thompson known as the Chicago typewriter, I was of the impression it was known as the " Chicago Piano ", Tommy Gun " one Glaring mistake, the M1A1 Thompson, The Real Steel SMG, Did not allow for a drum magazine to be used, just the long stick magazines Here's an Idea, get the M1921 Thompson with the vertical foregrip, Remove it, then Attach a Horizontal forestock from an M1A1 and there you have it, the M1928 Thompson SMG, that was the last Thompson model to accept the Drum Mag, other than the M1. I rate the cyma M1A1 an accurate looking Thompson SMG, w/o the drum mag "

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