REPLICA MODEL 1928 THOMSON SUBMACHINE GUN ‘CHICAGO TYPEWRITER’ BY DENIX
This iconic 1928 ‘Drum Magazine’ type Thomson S.M.G. features an all wooden stock, steel frame, with a realistic cocking mechanism, with working trigger and removable drum ammunition magazine. There is also a forward wooden hand grip for balance. Commonly known as the ‘Chicago Typewriter’, this piece was made famous by the likes of Al Capone and other notorious American gangsters of the 1920’s.
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The item is a replica weapon. It is designed to resemble in shape, size, weight and basic functionality the firearm it represents. It has basic working parts and or removable parts (check description) and is a genuine Denix/Spanish made item. The replica comes in its factory card box, with Denix catalogue. Whilst this replica can be cocked and ‘dry fired’, it cannot fire, nor can it be altered to fire live rounds. These are not intended to be used outside of your private residence and frequent use and or rough play may result in damage to the item which will not be covered by return warranty under Australian Consumer law.