M1 Carbine "Tommy Gun" SBR 10.5" Barrel, .45 Cal.

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Thompson M1 SBR, 10.5" Barrel, Semi-Automatic Carbine
Shipped with one 30 round stick magazine

Product Video: Thompson Rifles, Pistols and Accessories
Steel case ammo warning for Thompson Long Guns (PDF)

♦ Note: The Thompson Short Barrel Rifles (SBRs) take 5-6 weeks to process and transfer to dealers. It takes another 8-9 weeks for the dealer to process and transfer the rifle to an individual.

Thompson Short Barrel Rifles must be shipped to a Class 2 manufacturer or Class 3 dealer directly from our factory in Worcester, MA. The transfer paperwork between Kahr Arms/Auto-Ordnance and the dealer, known as a Form 3, must be completed and approved by the NFA branch, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) before the Thompson SBR can be shipped to the dealer. The customer needs to pay a $200 transfer fee directly to the BATF. Your local dealer can assist you in this process.
Some states do not allow the purchase and transfer of SBRs (Short-Barrel Rifles). Please check the state laws in your state regarding ownership of Short Barrel Rifles. A list of Class 2 manufacturers and Class 3 dealers can be found at the following website: www.subguns.com.
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ModelTM1/TM1CM1SB
Caliber .45 ACP .45 ACP
Barrel 16.5", Smooth 10.5", Smooth
Weight 11.5 lbs. (TM1) / 8 lbs. Lightweight aluminum receiver (TM1C) 10.5 lbs.
Length 38" overall 32" overall
Sight Blade front, fixed battle rear Blade front, fixed battle rear
Stock Walnut fixed stock and vertical foregrip Walnut fixed stock and vertical foregrip
Magazine One 30 Round Stick Magazine One 30 Round Stick Magazine
Warranty 1 year 1 year
* Specifications subject to change without notice

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  • 5
    It has it,s Pro & Cons

    Posted by Joe DiPietrantonio on Oct 26th 2018

    Very accurate sighting for a short 10, 1/2" barrel. when I received mine the receiver was out of sink, causing a round to discharge before it reached the breech. sent it back & was fixed by Kahr Arms. Overall, even that you have to go to the agonizing process to OK it by the Fed,s ( because it is classified as (SBR) it was still worth it. I just hope that I can trust it,s performance not stovepiping or cases not ejecting properly.