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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    LOL

    Your Gas Mask looks like ~

    "Wall-E"

    LOL

    WALL·E (2008) - IMDb

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    Quote by inka View Post
    Hehe,nice Where in Norway do you live again Vegar?
    I'm located about an hour north of Bergen, if you are ever in the area, give me a shout
    Best Regards

    Vegard T.
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    Looking for militaria from 38. Batterie, Heeres Küsten Artillerie Regiment 977, also from 31, 32 and 36. Batterie.

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    Thanks guys
    @Helldude : I agree,,relic masks is awesome, very "Mad Max"
    @At:Hahaha,funny,I see the similarity,,I ll call mine "Mask-E" then I guess
    @Vegar: Will deffo do,have had a plan for too long to visit the city and spescially the POW camp where Yugoslavs was held outside Bergen (espeland leir was it??) and a trip to the Atlantikwall forts would be awesome too
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    S-mine that came out of the electrolysis bath some days ago. Forgot to dry it good enough so it has some surface rust again,but I ll brush that off with a wirebrush
    This S-mine I found in Kurland in September.

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    Another Kurland find. I got this from a friend of mine that found it in a bunker. It is made of some kind of softish plastic I never seen before. It also had matches inside still..

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    Remember the Mg ammo drum with the bullet hole a few pages ago? Well here it is again this time fresh out of the oxalic acid alittle less rusty this time

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    Great stuff, what an interesting artifact - with my limited forensics skills - it looks lie it must have been empty, for such a clean exit hole.
    A roll of belted ammo, would tear apart all but the most vicious of AP rounds.

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    Nice clean drum there Inka, I have yet to find time to get my one in Oxalic. What strength acid did you mix up and how long was the drum in the solution for?

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    Thanks guys. Really wish I had found the lid/top for it
    I had it in a quite strong oxalic solution and as I had several things to clean this one ended up staying in the bath for about 18 hours before I got to it
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    What do you call 'quite strong solution'? I usually use 10g of acid per litre of water. Your solution didn't bleach the paint white so i'm wondering if your idea of a strong solution is in fact weaker than my 10g/l solution.

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