The Lone Thompson
John T. Thompson founded the Auto Ordnance Corp. in 1916, and began his developments in submachine guns with purchase of John Blish patent (1915), that described a delayed blowback automatic firearm. This patent described delayed blowback breech system in which a sloping metal wedge interlocked the breech block with the gun body. Under high pressure, as when the cartridge fired, the angle of the slope was such that the mating faces jammed solid. As the pressure dropped, the faces were able to slip across each other, the wedge moved up due to the slope, and the breech unlocked. This idea was used in all Thompson submachine guns except for M1 and M1A1 (those were simply blowback operated).
After 21 years Bojo Arms Did the Same Thing But More better,bolder and stronger The LT Capable of firing 30 to 100 rounds a second.Its design is so complex that even Colt firearms could not copy it. The Picture shown up is an example of the famous LT But after 21 years of days and nights it still keeps it shape. thats why you should buy at BA.
|Lone Thompson M1954 (LT)||Lone Thompson M1955 (LT)|
|Weight, empty||4.4 kg||4.3kg|
|Length||830 mm||852 mm|
|Barrel length||269 mm||269 mm|
|Rate of fire||~ 1004 rpm||~ 757 rpm|
|same as M1954|
|Effective range||105-160 meters||104-159meters|