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U.S. Infantryman Standing, Firing Thompson From Shoulder

U.S. Infantryman Standing, Firing Thompson From Shoulder

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U.S. Infantryman Standing, Firing Thompson From Shoulder, 1944-45 

Experience the power and precision of the iconic Thompson submachine gun with our "U.S. Infantryman Standing, Firing Thompson From Shoulder, 1944-45" toy soldier figurine. This model captures a critical moment of combat, showcasing the effective use of one of the most famous weapons of World War II.

Product Details:

  • Model Number: 25152
  • Scale: 1/30
  • Finish: Matte
  • Set Includes: One figure of a U.S. infantryman standing and firing a Thompson submachine gun from the shoulder
  • Craftsmanship: Expertly hand-painted to highlight the authentic details of the soldier's uniform and weapon

The Thompson M1A1 was issued to scouts, non-commissioned officers (corporals, sergeants, and higher-ranking), officers, and patrol leaders. The gun was widely utilized in British and Canadian Commando units and issued more frequently to in-line infantry units due to its high rate of fire and stopping power. This made it highly effective in close combat situations. The Thompson fired a hefty 230-grain, .45 ACP round, almost twice the mass of the 9mm Parabellum bullets used by the enemy, at a rate of about 650 rounds per minute, making it a formidable weapon.

Additional Information:

  • Historical Context: This figurine represents the pivotal role of the Thompson M1A1 in World War II, highlighting its impact and effectiveness in various combat scenarios.
  • Collector's Appeal: Ideal for military history enthusiasts and collectors of WWII memorabilia, this piece offers a realistic portrayal of a U.S. infantryman in action with one of the era's most renowned submachine guns.

Add this meticulously crafted U.S. Infantryman Standing, Firing Thompson From Shoulder figurine to your collection to honor the bravery and firepower of soldiers who wielded the Thompson during World War II.





Care information

These are not play toys. They are collectables. Recommended for 14 yrs old and older.

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