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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    Thanks guysAnd here I was hoping it was a kool Mg or mortar tool ;p During the invasion of Northern norway ze germans used at least one bicycle regiment,maybe this tool belonged to them
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    nice... thanks to share

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    Def a bicycle tool. In Denmark we call it the "dog bone" I am looking very much forward to see you here in Russia at some point in time How many Volts do you use in the electro bath?

    Have a nice weekend mate!

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    seen many videos with people using battery chargers, 12 v are these ok to use.

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    I think the output was 10 v on mine.I use a cell phone charger
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    I've used regular mobile chargers in the past, cutting off the connecting end (to the mobile phone) and attaching a pair of battery charger clips... good for a cheap - free budget type set-up--- works good. But, of course, this depends on the object and how fast you want the job to be done etc.

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    btw: Keep up the good work, inka! Congrats on the plate, nice one

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    I have used both 12v and 24v. 24 volts get the job done in a jiffy haha, but maybe a litte to aggressive for some relics. 12v and longer time in the bath is perfekt.

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    Thanks man ten centimeter snow since 09 this morning,,looks like there wont be digging this weekend.Luckily its going to rain NeXT week
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    i have an old rusty k98 bayo im a tempted to try, however i can not get the wooden grips off would the process damage them, sorry to go off topic, keep up the great work and fingers crossed for your next dig, any news on the bunker?

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