A popular gun, notorious for its use during the “Roaring 20’s”, and a phrase known by every kid I knew growing up, just as much as the “bazooka”, it is one of the firearms on my “have to shoot” list that I hadn’t yet seen, much less shot. This past weekend though, I finally got a chance to fire the Thompson submachine gun in .45ACP (NJ compliant, unfortunately, but nevertheless, a great experience).
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The title of the video says it all! In this video, I explain 3 different kinds of malfunctions, and how to clear them. For more videos, hit SUBSCRIBE and SHARE with your friends. Thanks for watching!
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NOTE: I flipped Type 1 & Type 2 malfunctions because of the way the video was cut. Below you will find the RIGHT classification and explanation for each.
In this new video by NRA Women, we learn a little more about the women of Blackhawk, their experiences in the military, and working in a male dominated industry.
From NRA Women:
"Darcie Neville and Darnetha Elmore both served in the military prior to their careers at BLACKHAWK!. Their active-duty experiences have made their work producing supplies for military and law enforcement even more meaningful."