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Here are pictures of a some guns both live and display.  Also a picture of a M1923 and a set of Irish Swords.

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Overview shot of Colt Thompson s/n 8061 with Colt C drum s/n 3131.  The gun is from Michigan State Police (MSP) and by our best information was sold to them somewhere between December 1929 and March 1930.  Sitting on a Gordon Herigstad display stand.
Not for sale or trade

Colt Thompson s/n 8061
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This is a Doug Richardson Colt 1921 Thompson display gun.  Correctly engraved but without serial number.  Has a Doug Richardson barrel and compensator.  Savage lower polished to match.  Magazine catch, rocker pivot and safety are reworked to 1921 specs by Paul Krogh.  Wood is presentation quality claro walnut from Dan Block.  Only item missing is a flat ejector for which there is a Savage one that needs to be reblued, and then installed.  Only crime is you can not shoot the darn thing!  Also sitting on a Gordon Herigstad display stand.  Eventually this will decorate an office.  With later updates to this site there will be better shots with some closeups of everyone's work.

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Picture of M1923 in People's Museum of Chinese Military, Beijing with incorrect magazine

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A set of Irish Swords located in New Zealand owned by one lucky collector.  Serial numbers are , from front to back, 708, 586,389 & 993.  All from the East side shipment to Ireland in 1921 and never photographed before other than the Garda photo of 1942.
 

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New Zealand dinner guests.  I would have brought the dessert er. ammo!  The Irish Swords above are in this shot.

If anyone cares to share pictures of Colt Thompsons that they would agree to have me host please forward them.