Cybergun Thompson M1928 AEG
The Thompson M1928, also known as the “Tommy Gun” was used during the last years of Prohibition and during the Great Depression, as well as in the early days of World War II.
Like the original, the Cybergun Thompson M1928 features a “Cutts” muzzle brake, a radiator at the base of the barrel, a handguard with a front grip, and comes with the famous drum magazine that holds up to 450 rounds.
Find out more about the features of our replica below!
- Licensed replica with all detailed markings engraved on the body
- Full metal replica, with an ABS handguard and stock
- World War II reproduction replica allowing to make an outfit as close as possible to realism
- Drum magazine of 450 BBs
- V6 gearbox with 9 mm ball bearing to reduce friction when rotating gears
- Semi & Full Automatic firing modes
- Adjustable Hop-up to significantly increase the range and accuracy of the replica
- Equipped with a Mini-Tamiya connector
- 360 FPS (will reduce with use)
Anyone with basic weapons’ knowledge can immediately recognize the Thompson 1928 submachine gun, one of the most well-known models of the 20th century. The gun was at first a symbol of crime, as it was particularly favoured by American mafias in the 1920s, a notable highlight of this time being The Valentine’s day massacre of 1929. The gun’s tarnished reputation was corrected by its massive use by American GIs in World War 2, as many recall it as the best weapon used during the conflict, particularly for its high rate of fire and the size of its magazine.