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Original flak 88mm

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    Hi, displayed at the German History MuseumClick image for larger version. 

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    Regards SK

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    Looks like it was rendered inoperable by thermite or some other metal burning device. Cool photo! NH

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    great picture! Would that damage be war time done?

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    Demilled. In wartime they would have just spiked the end of the barrel.

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    Demilled. In wartime they would have just spiked the end of the barrel.
    that's so sad at least there is still a working pac40

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    Oddly enough, last weekend I was walking in the Ardennes near Wanne and suddenly saw this, literally in someone's back garden....

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    One hell of a crow-scarer!

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    I would like to have one of those in my back yard.
    John
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    Oddly enough, last weekend I was walking in the Ardennes near Wanne and suddenly saw this, literally in someone's back garden....

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    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    one is coming up for sale soon.

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    Quote by Martin Bull View Post
    Oddly enough, last weekend I was walking in the Ardennes near Wanne and suddenly saw this, literally in someone's back garden....

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    So which garden centre stocks these?

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