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"Soldiers respect for this weapon traces to two things. It fires .45 caliber slugs as a cyclical rate of 600 to 700 per minute. An enemy struck by a carbine or riffle bullet can keep coming - as Japs have shown. A man struck by a Tommy Gun slug is stopped dead in his tracks. A burst of fire can cut a man in two."

Click here to read about the British Sten Gun.

If the Tommy Gun was the third most requested item on list from the Lend-Lease nations, then the Jeep must certainly have been the first or second - click here to read about it.

     


Tommy Gun (Coronet Magazine, 1945)

Tommy Gun (Coronet Magazine, 1945)

Tommy Gun (Coronet Magazine, 1945)

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