Leonard A. Funk Jr's Thompson Submachine Gun


Leonard A. Funk Jr./WW2, January 29, 1945, Holzheim, Belgium


Submachine Gun


The user is granted very fast reflexes and is protected from being harmed.


The user must point the gun at someone for the effects to work.


Holding the submachine gun and pointed it at someone.

Collected by

Myka Bering & Mr. Kipling







Date of Collection




Leonard Alfred Funk, Jr. (August 27, 1916 – November 20, 1992) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II. First Sergeant Funk was one of the most highly decorated soldiers to ever serve in the United States Army, having earned every valor medal bestowed by the United States of America, as well as one of the greatest leaders of men to ever serve in combat in the United States Army.


As long as the barrel is pointed at a person, the wielder is granted incredible reflexes and gains an immunity from harm.


Myka and Mr. Kipling snagged this artifact when they were sent to Springfield to deal with a bank robber who was able to not get hit by police gun fire and seemed to be able to dodge attacks very easily and quickly. The found out that he was using an old Thompson Submachine gun and was given the effects of the artifact by Artie after they called him up. They managed to corner the man once, but after activating the effects (they also found out that the gun had no bullets as the thief did not want to hurt anyone) he managed to get away. Still, they were able to track the man down using security cameras and got the drop on him at his hideout where he didn't have the gun on him. They took the gun away and called the police to arrest him.

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