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 Post subject: Thompson grip
PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2005 10:56 am 
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noticed in a book about 'Churchills War' , in the works the other day that he is shown test firing (probably just holding) a thompson that looks llike a 128 but the front grip appears to be a combination of the straight grip and the pistol grip, almost as if the pistol grip is located inside a hollowed straight grip.
can anyone shed light? nattyjack

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hes a picture of the front grip which is removeable , i dont understand rest of the quesiton .


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