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Digging in KURLAND

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    I like the mosin nagant in the last picture
    Man i wish i could find something like that, will have to go on a holiday with you Ringbuffer

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    Very nice finds!!

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    Untouched frontline, some helmets were on surface...
    This would be my dream find.

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    Question Re: Digging in KURLAN Any way to purchase one of those M-35 Mines?

    Been looking for a disarmed Springen Mine with original paint and all internals. Got one?

  5. #215

    Default Re: Digging in KURLAN Any way to purchase one of those M-35 Mines?

    Sorry, I don't sell any ordnance or weapons, even if it is disarmed.

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    Thanks, Matt for posting pics. Can I post more pics from our expeditions and can I show our faces?

    This was finding new places last week, but nothing good was found, only scrap all thrown in swamp. Tomorrow hope to go digging, but forecast says that in Kurland will be storm and rain.
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    Today in Kurland the last frontline.... Matt was there..... started to dig bunker and found M43, now it is in river.... some horsery item (I don't know english name) used attached to boots..... outside of bunker was found 5 empty concrete Stockmines, thrown in swamp.... 15cm case on surface.... 11 RSO track links they were some 70 kg, but I took them. Thats all good spent time and rather good finds.
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    The "horsey item" appears to be a "spur". cool finds!

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    i love the iron crosses great finds

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    Today we went to frontline, to tank battlefield..... This day was bad from begining, we forgot to take GPS, we were two digging, but my friend forgot his spade, so we had only one spade and two MD, than my friend sunk his MD in swamp, I hope after one week MD will be ok, but finds are rather good Some tank parts, T-34 track link, two Soviet helmets
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