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One of a series of Second World War booklets on weapons intended for the training of recruits, this treatise is dedicated to the venerable military type Thompson .45 calibre submachine gun. This model (M1928) had provisions for box and drum magazines. It had a Cutts compensator, cooling fins on the barrel, employed a delayed blowback action and its charging handle was on the top of the receiver. The booklet describes the correct loading and unloading of the gun; the action of the firing mechanism; the magazines; the action of gases and the cooling system and notes on how to deal with jams and stoppages.

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