Prohibition Era

Prohibition Era

Gangsters, bank robbers, organized crime and economic depression shaped this era of semi-automatic pistols, double-action revolvers and of course the infamous Tommy gun, perhaps the most recognizable firearm during the period. With Art Deco, Speakeasies, fedoras, flashy suits and jazz rounding out the aesthetic of the Prohibition era, the industrial and consumer boom al-so led to an advance in firearms capabilities. These guns were a favorite of many whether it was G-men or street hoodlums wielding these impressive and elegant guns.

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The Thompson Sub-Machine gun

The Thompson Sub-Machine gun AKA the Tommy Gun, is synonymous as an iconic American piece of weaponry that was romanticized by the roaring twenties outlaws, G-Men and the American soldiers that led the United States to victory in World War II. Outright, it is one of the most recognizable firearms in history and has only […]
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