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I am a World War II historian, reenactor, and participate in living history displays. Moreover, I cannot afford to buy a vintage WWII Tommy gun. I did, however, buy this semi-auto version from Bud's. The price, purchase and delivery from Bud's was, as usual, top shelf.
I had the icon aged to look like it has been to Bastogne and back. This was done professionally by the gunsmith department at Bass Pro Shops in Denver. Now it looks like I took it from Captain Miller's possession from Saving Private Ryan.
I then applied, and since received, for the Short Barrel Tax Stamp from the BATF. Now the rifle appears to be historically correct with the 10.5 inch barrel on it. (the barrel is a Savage made WWII surplus barrel)
The end result? An amazing and as-close-as-you're-gonna-get WWII Tommy gun that looks, feels, and fires like the original! (semi-auto only, of course)