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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    Love the buckle. The de-Nazified ones to me are always something special. And with the twig growning through it makes it even nicer..
    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

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    Inka, Thank you for the account of your Latvian expedition and all the 'photos - fascinating as always!

    Philip

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    Thanks guys
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    LOL
    Mate ~ We bitch about digging in a rain shower ~ You blokes really do it hard ! Wading in water and mud !

    ( I am yet to find any helmet/s yet ~ or even a section of Bren gun carrier track ~ or ~ Or ~ LOL)

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    The cleaning of relics continues

    A shell from a Sherman,found in Kurland
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    MP38/40 magazine
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    A large fire extinguiser dug out in Kurland. In the area we found other parts and ammo from what we think might be a Josef Stalin tank, so this could be from the same panzer.. A lovely find anyhow
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    Turns out the fire exstinguisher is probably post-war. Wonder how it ended up buried next to a ww2 trenchline far into the forest?
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    The cleaning continues...

    A couple of grenade relics..

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    And some practical use of a BM-8 rocket relic

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    Love the herb pot!

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    Just Great stuff and a job well done!!!

    Dean O
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    SU-100 casing

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    I looove these two..A projectile cut in half by detonation and part of a cannon barrel which fit the grenade

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