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    Posted: 18 Sep 2023 at 11:09pm
Here's a video shooting an M1 Carbine chambered in 10mm Magnum.

Tony Rumore
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I like "Thumpers", Jeff Cooper would be proud.

Good Job.

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It's not quite a Jeff Cooper thumper.  Here's one version of his criteria:

-18” with Stock Folded

-4.5 Pounds

-Ghost Ring Sights

-3.5 pound Trigger Pull

-Fires 44 Auto Mag

-10” Barrel

-Muzzle Brake that unlocks the action and acts like a brake

-Square Front Post

-Can be fired with stock folded

-Flash Loading System – empty mag is partially ejected on last shot.

However, Mr Cooper didn't always repeat the "thumper" definition exactly the same.  I know there was one time he mentioned it should fire a cartridge "similar" to a 44 Auto Mag, and be configured "similar" to an M1 Carbine, and have a magazine capacity of 20 rounds.

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Yep, I'm aware in what Cooper envisioned, but I'm still waiting for the "exact" rifle to be made. There's been a couple close resemblances, but nothing exact. 

Eric

Originally posted by Rumore Rumore wrote:

It's not quite a Jeff Cooper thumper.  Here's one version of his criteria:

-18” with Stock Folded

-4.5 Pounds

-Ghost Ring Sights

-3.5 pound Trigger Pull

-Fires 44 Auto Mag

-10” Barrel

-Muzzle Brake that unlocks the action and acts like a brake

-Square Front Post

-Can be fired with stock folded

-Flash Loading System – empty mag is partially ejected on last shot.

However, Mr Cooper didn't always repeat the "thumper" definition exactly the same.  I know there was one time he mentioned it should fire a cartridge "similar" to a 44 Auto Mag, and be configured "similar" to an M1 Carbine, and have a magazine capacity of 20 rounds.

Tony




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Very cool rifle in a cool caliber. I've got a GI pattern M1 made by Universal (serial date's it to 1966 or 67 I believe). It's a blast to shoot, especially when paired with my Automag 3
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