Thompson girl

Airship engineer character for the upcoming dieselpunk comic book “Zett & Lux” by Chris Range. Auto Ordnance 1927 Thompson with 100rd drum and 20rd stick magazines.

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10 Responses to Thompson girl

  1. Craig Cassidy says:

    Where can one purchase the leather waist cincher?

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  3. Chris Range says:

    You did a great job with these Oleg. We’re so happy. Thanks.

  4. Tara says:

    The leather and elastic waist cincher I purchased at a Chicago lingerie store called Taboo Taboo in Jan ’11, and promptly removed all the internal tags.

  5. Rivrdog says:

    The most diesel-punk thing there isn’t the Thompson, or the leather, or the boots, it’s the canvas arm-gaiters. I want some! Perfect for working on the top end of the big LDT 465 engine in my M-35A2 when the turbo is hot, hot, hot…

  6. Rivrdog says:

    …and of course, as an Engineer of dirigibles, she would have to put those braids up into a bun, too….horrible way to go, getting the hair caught in the open valve gear.

  7. Lanius says:

    And I’ve seen vids of grown men complaining how heavy the Thompson with a 100 rd drum is..

    • Oleg Volk says:

      This one has a (relatively) lightweight aluminum receiver.

      • Lanius says:

        How much does the drum weigh when loaded? I’ve seen figures of 9 or 10 pounds.. so, if the gun’s only say 8 due to lighter reciever, it weighs at least 17 lbs…

        … still, the gun looks delicious.

  8. Rob Morse says:

    I noticed the Front Sight range in the background. Nice desolation.

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