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Saved from the bin!!!!

Article about: Hi was working around this house in London and they guy was clearing out his loft and putting boxes next to the bins.An old guy came past and started to rummage in a box of magazines and too

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    Nice haul. Congratulations!

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    Very cool! Glad to see someone else is saving things from the trash, too!

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    I cant help bin dipping you should see my poor shed and Garage not all of it is military even old Georgian and Victorian doors and wood!!! My wife hates it only the big man above knows what would happen if i ever got into house clearance !! i have been dreaming to get into this for a few years now but dont how too lol

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    Tan sling is a "Kerr NoBuckle" used first on the US Rifle M1917 (Enfield) and then during WW2 on the Thompson SMG

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