M1A1 Thompson or M1928 Thompson
So I thought about asking a lot of friends of which variant of the Thompson they prefer, but I thought it would be easier to post it on the forums and see what people think. For those who don't know the difference, the M1A1 Thompson is the variant of the Thompson that was made in WW2 for the Military, and it is sometimes referred to as the "Commando", because of the 30 round magazine and the bolt and ejection port relocated to the right side of the gun instead of the top, like the M1928. The M1928, as the name says, was created in 1928, and this is the more famous "Tommy Gun" that people refer it to. It has notible differences than it's successor, the M1A1. The bolt and ejection port is located on top of the gun, and instead of having fixed sights like the M1A1, the rear sight post is on the bolt of the gun, so as you shoot, the sight moves back and forward. Another difference is that the M1928 generally used 20 round magazines, and sometimes 50 round drums, while the M1A1 used mostly 30 round or 20 round magazines. Another specialty of the M1928 is that it had the possibility to have a forward grip and a Cutts Compensator on the muzzle, as well as it had different size barrels. Personally, I've always been a fan of the M1A1 Thompson, mostly because of it's looks and the 30 round magazine, but I have many friends who prefer the M1928. Post your preference, if any, and state some reasons why if you'd like.