Brownells Exclusive Chicago Typewriter Package

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posted on December 14, 2017
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Brownells is offering the chance to own a customized version of the iconic 1930s Chicago Typewriter with its exclusive SilencerCo Summit Tommy Gun package.



The unique Brownells-exclusive package combines a .45 ACP Auto-Ordnance Thompson SBR threaded to accept the included SilencerCo Omega 45K suppressor. The package also comes with both a 50-round drum mag and a 20-round stick mag, two different foregrips, and a violin case for stylish discrete carry.



SilencerCo partnered with Auto-Ordnance to develop this newest addition to its Summit line of semi-custom gun-and-suppressor packages, pairing a popular firearm with the best SilencerCo suppressor for it. Unique accessories are added to create a self-contained, exclusive combination for discerning customers.










The rifle can be configured to look like either the 1928A-1 with the finger-groove vertical foregrip, or the World War II M1A model with the smooth fore-end. The buttstock can also be easily removed to make the gun even more compact and handy.

MSRP: $3,800

For more information visit brownells.com

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