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Thompson Auto-Ordnance is known for its unique, historically themed custom guns; check out its Airborne WWII M1 Carbine and Squadron 1911 as examples. There are also the TIG series of guns, which we at Ballistic have a special affinity for. This week Thompson Auto-Ordnance took a step off the battlefield and into pop culture with the Bonnie and Clyde Tommy Gun.

Why Bonnie and Clyde?

“The Roaring Twenties created fame and notoriety for a new breed of outlaw. These ‘motorized bandits’ roamed open roads, committing crimes and engaging in battles with lawmen devoted to their capture,” the company said in a release.

“Perhaps the most famous among them were the outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow,” the release continued. “These two criminals committed a long string of murders and robberies, ultimately leading to their demise in a fiery ambush by law enforcement officers. Despite their evil ways, both bandits became symbols of the time period and earned a role in American popular culture including multiple film portrayals.”

Bonnie and Clyde Tommy Gun Details

Auto-Ordnance engraved each Bonnie and Clyde Tommy Guns with reminders of the outlaw duo’s escapades, including photos, a wanted poster and news headline. The stock features text from Bonnie’s famous poem, “The Trail’s End,” foreseeing their crimes would not pay. Auto-Ordnance also engraved the grip with the badge of the Texas Rangers; this was done in commemoration of the legendary Frank Hamer’s leadership stopping the outlaws.

The finish is a Cerakote “rusted” look. Underneath is an all steel, 18-inch barreled, 1927 pattern Thompson, chambered in .45 ACP. The stock, forearm and grip are walnut. With an MSRP of $2,583, the Bonnie and Clyde Tommy Gun also comes with a 50-round drum and 20-round stick magazine.

Auto-Ordnance appropriately worked with Outlaw Ordnance on the project, as it has on several others. Based out of Louisiana, Outlaw Ordnance specializes in Cerakote and laser engraving.

For more information on the tommy gun, please visit Auto-Ordnance.com. For more on Outlaw Ordnance, please visit OutlawOrdnance.com.

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