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Digging in Norway & Kurland

Article about: Hi everybody! I have been a lurker in these forums for a few years and found it was time to present myself and open a thread where I will post some pics from expeditions and finds. Some of t

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    The tanks looks cool, im looking to try get into some modeling my self.

    Hey im the only Ironcross around here

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    Thanks guys
    Here is the figure I spent the weekend doing.The base is a shrapnel sleeve from a german stickgrenade I found on my first trip to Kurland
    The figure is in scale 1/16

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    That's awesome Inka! Love how you've included a relic...top notch!

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    very nice use of the relic

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    Thanks guys
    Organizing some of my relics today and took a pic of this one. A 84mm Carl-gustav recoiless-rifle practice round

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    Made a small trip outside two days ago. Didnt find much but had a good time

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    At work today a guy from the oldendays told me about some british trenches in a patch of forest not far from my workplace. After work I grabbed the detector from the car and made a stroll into the forest to try locate the place. Before I found them the detector screamed here and there and one of the signals was a couple of .303 lying together. When I found the trenches I was pissed that I had forgot the camera and phone in the car. I searched around alittle bit just to see if it would be worth doing any digging here when I had a good signal. It was a little deep and under the forestfloor it was grey clay. Very soon I saw metal and got it dug out and rinsed it with the water I had remembered to bring. It was one of the parts from a british food canister in a great condition, and it even had a nice bullet or shrapnel damage. Im well chuffed with it and will go back there soonish

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    very nice item mate

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    Was in the mountainside today on a stroll looking for rust and forgotten places

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    Full trip report here--> Forests of Norway - Hobbyhistorica
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    The bunker door looks inviting...

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