Good afternoon, guys:
Here is a little known submachine gun, the Hyde-Inland M2:
(This is the reason because after the Thompson, the Grease Gun was not M2 instead being M3!).
A good gun, reliable, controlable, accurate, less expensive than the Thompson (but with a time and work consuming machined receiver) designed by Hyde in 1936, In 1941 Inland division of GM developed further the gun, and was passed to Marlin for mass production. Unfortunatelly, Marlin failed to build the gun correctly, so less than 400 were done before the annulation of the contract (and now is a rare, almost unknown, gun). Cheers.
PS: Thanks cplnew (
), now the template is corrected!,thanks sebu!