Auto-Ordnance Releases the Tanker World War II Thompson

posted on October 25, 2018
Auto-Ordnance, maker of the famous "Tommy Gun," has introduced its special-edition World War II-themed Tanker Thompson. Dedicated to the memory of the brave American soldiers who faced the enemy in tanks such as the M4 Sherman, the Tanker Thompson is Cerakoted in Army O.D. Green, with the white star of the Sherman tank engraved just in front of the magazine well. A "U.S." logo is carved into the solid walnut buttstock.

The Tanker Thompson, designed with the help of Kahr Firearms Group and Outlaw Ordnance, is chambered in classic .45 ACP, and comes with 30- and 20-round stick magazines, a Kerr sling and a mag pouch. The gun will MSRP for $1,749. For more information, please visit


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