Amr nimo: the one who you have fought with in the World War II ?????????????
...... This means that you are more than 90 years old ....
cakefan cakeson: so hickok45 served in ww2 well now i know how Hitler died.........
Mattkrewe: Wait you served in ww2?
MrPainkiller4rent: The concept of common sense must be a new thing for a lot of people.
cfolman: WW2... haha - Hickok45 is way too old to have served in WW2. Perhaps he
refers to the Spanish-American war. Did not know they had Thompsons
then.....You learn somthing ever day around Hickok45 ;-)
What I Think Is That: No one reads the description? How sad.
the weapons post: It's awesome that at 3:00 you can see the bullets fly :)
flippinjigstv: Read the description. He says he fought in wars to make fun of his age! He
also said he was a ranger in the 1920's! Common sense people, common sense.
Sturmdude: The way he says it's like the one he had in WWII is so casual and
nonchalant it almost doesn't even sound like a joke.
Fugettaboutit: One of my all-time favorite designs and configurations is that plain WWII
variant Thompson. I especially love it with the Cutts compensator, but was
that ever a stock configuration on this variant?
adobepoopscript: I wonder. Laws aside, how difficult would it be to convert this to full
optiTHOMAS: you know something about the beautiful Thompson just looks right on
uberLejoe: God damn, some of these commenters. They wouldn't know Hickok's sarcasm if
he added a sarcasm disclaimer after every remark...
toot tall: SBR, why don't they just say FAKE. No Full Auto, it's FAKE.
Adrian Larkins: Can you fit a round drum mag?
Max Porter: Odd how some of the greatest guns from America come from Massachusetts...
denrizza: I can actually see the .45 slug before it hit the cinder blocks.
nateo200: Oh Hickok45's dry humor! I love it! It doesn't really fly up in the North
East though haha
FatalPandaman: Still toight, toight like a toiger.
marcus allen: how old is hickock he said he was in ww2 so that would make him late 80s
JAMIE BALLANTYNE: Again how can you manage such accuracy at that distance with a .45acp
moneyhungryyt: Hickok always says computer screen I'm pretty sure more than half watch
this on their smart phones. Or maybe I'm wrong?
muhsk8: Os aliados na segunda guerra! arma muito legal.
Daan Monnickendam: Could be me. But i was looking for a video of you with a M3 Grease-Gun but
i couldnt find it :(
Vengeful Spirit: Wait, you were enlisted in WW2?! Hot damn, you're holding up well for a
fellow pushing 90.
Mr1987Joe: The cool thing about .45 ACP is that it's a subsonic ammunition. If you
watch carefully, you can actually see the round in flight. That's why it's
so much easier to suppress the sound of it compared to 9mm. It doesn't
break the sound barrier, so there's only the sound of the combustion from
As far as the Thompson; great gun. I prefer the M1928A1, personally.
DillonStrategic .LLC: I really want one of these. Too much money for Class III.
BloodySawBlade: From 2:50 to 3:02, you can see the .45 ACP rounds flying towards those
Physics Says: One day I'll have this Thompson , M1 Carbine and M1 Garand!
TheYoungYoutuber: How old is this guy cause he doesn't look like he was in ww2
Kaz Perez: You guys lol he's a joker he likes to mess with y'all lol but yes you do
learn a lot fr this great man
Sharps 1874: The one you have has a side roostering handle. The original had handle on the
top. Why did they change??? Also I noticed that yours does not have an
adjustable sight like the original.
Robert W.: Chicago Piano ;-)
ked4: Hickok45's trolling us. "The one I carried in World War 2" :)
I Like Turtles: don't the bullets rebounds when you hit a target?
MikeR-Tank: Crazy how slow the bullets move
AsTheSeasonsGray: I thought the Thompson used an open bolt.
Josh Jacobs: Beautiful weapon
Joesizzle442344: If you are a wwII vet i appreciate it more than you will know.
Highlander: Ooooh, Hickok45 likes Montecristo cigars. He's just gone from 10 to 11 on
Dylan Watson: americas solution for the thompson being made slow was the grease gun
Larry Cooper: The SBR demonstrated here sells for around $1,600 plus $200 for the BATFE
stamp. The full auto M1A1 can be purchased for about $14,000 at the low
end. High end 1928s run $25,000 and up.
w1n6ed83a5t: if you need a stamp, a wait and a government glove up the rear before you
can own one, How come you can just lend them out to people, or borrow
them??.. or is the owner standing behind the camera..;-)
Νικος Κοκκινος: its looks pretty weak to me i clearly can see the bullets!
Joe wil2004: What rank were you?
Fugettaboutit: For some reason, I thought Thompsons fired from an open bolt. Maybe I'm
just confused, but if so, is this a recent redesign?
BelsiBuBB: funny old man = )
Charles Kelse: why do a of your guns sound all the same
made the rounds
Hunter Warrington: I'm curious how big your gun locker is.
Todd Nansel: good reviews keep empire coming HOOAH