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Thompson submachine gun

The Thompson Submachine Gun was designed by General John T. Thompson, who was inspired by the trench warfare of World War I to develop a "one-man, hand-held machine gun", firing a rifle caliber round. However, the recoil from rifle rounds was too great and so it had been found that the only cartridg...

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