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Digging - Eastern front trip April 2013

Article about: Last week, me and PaulusPaul went back to our familiar spot on the Eastern front. After a long 8 hours drive, we arrived at our Hotel. And meet up with the landowners we contacted before to

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    Quote by Frundsberg View Post
    You have posted a picture with a title "Some Russian cartridges" but the cartridges are not Russian but German. Also the training rounds are for German K98.

    I know the training rounds are German.
    But the cartridges where flat tipped, and as I recall there was a Cyrillic marking on the head stamp.

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    A soviet Mossin Nagant ammo?
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Mauser.jpg  

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    Hi,
    those 3 track link are not from T-34 but from russian KW tank.

    Greetings.

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    Quote by Frundsberg View Post
    A soviet Mossin Nagant ammo?
    Does not look like the 7.62X54R, so i agree with you here. Not Mosin rounds.

    Regards, Lars

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    Flat tipped ammo can be easily be just frontline made - causes terrible wounds and was of course prohibited but - who cared? Both Soviets and Germans used them. Maybe You will have some better pictures, it is quite rare to find such ammo.

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