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Abandoned anti-tank guns

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  1. #61


    Just wondering why they were left in the town/woods. So was the area part of a Army training ground at one time?
    Did you happen to find out when they were Manufactured?
    That is great to hear they found a home at the VFW!

    Semper Fi

  2. #62


    Put it on the front lawn with a small sign that says if you can read this your in range

  3. #63


    These are the guns cut out of the bushes and moved for restoration for the memorial at the VFW. We found some tires for them and they now sit waiting. This is my son a couple of years after the first photos.
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  4. #64


    Thanks for the update and good to hear.

    Cheers, Ade.
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  5. #65


    Great, good to hear they found a good home

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