Glad to know you are happy with the parts that you received.Apex came through - original S marked parts fed-ex delivery.
All fitted like they were hand picked - nice!
Thank you for letting me know.Hi Richard - I cannot PM you - but you need to reverse the pictures of Thompson ejectors on your website.
The 1928 is the long one. (has to go through the receiver at an angle)
The M1 is the short one. (comes in through the flat side)
Need to swap out this ejector - what's amusing is that quite a few thousand dollars worth of gun revolves around a $9 part, lol.
Thanks, my friend. All is good here, generally speaking. But yes, life is getting interesting at times. I even had a guy ask me about a Dual Feed build. (It's still all your fault!)Rollin, The M1A1 bolt has 2 parts...the bolt and the extractor. The M1 bolt has the bolt body, extractor, firing pin, firing pin spring, hammer and hammer pin for a total of 6 parts.
Here's an example of just the M1A1 Bolt face. http://cdn2.armslist.com/sites/armslist/uploads/posts/2012/01/23/283885_02_thompson_sub_machine_gun_bolts_640.jpg
And these are the parts that make up the original M1 style ...other than the bolt body itself.
I hope life is treating you well my friend...life gets stranger every day.
Yes, I thought I had made the mistake, so I posted the issue with photos on the Machinegunboards Thompson forum and was informed about the reversed images on your site.Curious that we have sold over 30 of each part and apparently not one of these was returned!