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    smokinbakin
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    I found this in my yard, along with another identical but more beat up one. Is this a bullet? Any information appreciated

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    Possibly a .38 pistol round.

    Gary J.

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    Could be a 9mm round.

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    If you don't mind me asking, what country/region do you live in?

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    hog
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    Me or the Original post.
    Myself, SouthAfrican currently on the Isle of Man.

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    LOL!!! Sorry but I did find that funny! I think the man wanted to know the where abouts of the person who asked the original question in the hope that it may provide a clue to help identify the bullet! Guffaw Guffaw. Sorry Im still finding it funny!

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    I misread that, haha...
    I thought you were the original poster. That would be funny if you found the bullet on the Isle of Man. I was indeed asking smokinbakin. : )

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    The island is littered with spent rounds from the war, there were practice areas in the north for the RAF, in fact a lot of Polish and Canadian airmen are interred in a small churchyard up there, also from time to time the sand dunes shift with errosion exposing ordnance, usually mortar bombs, but also AAA shells.

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