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Thread: Thompson 1927-A1 fires bursts

  1. #11
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    Happy ending. Wonder if it was the firing pin or just freed up with the removal and replacement. No matter it runs correctly and that's plenty good enough for me.
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    Outstanding! That's good information, especially someone like me who just got a 1927A1.

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    So I have a question. How do you remove the firing pin? I'm not sure but it looks like there's two pins that have to be removed from the bolt assembly?

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