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Poland. Backyard of the copper shop.

Article about: Last December, a local police station in Glubczyce, Poland. Probably the safest place to dispose confiscated, recovered weapons shortly after the war - your own backyard. YouTube - 112.pl -

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    Last December, a local police station in Glubczyce, Poland. Probably the safest place to dispose confiscated, recovered weapons shortly after the war - your own backyard.
    YouTube - 112.pl - Arsenal znaleziony w KPP

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    That's a very interesting video.

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    Theres got to be stuff like that buried all over the place. My father tells me that during the war, he & his brothers use to steal weapons from the Germans & stash them in a dried well on their farm in Hungary. Perhaps a trip to Hungary would be in line??

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    I would say so!!!
    Does anyone in your family still own the farm?

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    It would be nice to see how they would clean up. I guess they will probably destroy them?

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    Oh......my.....GOD !!!!

    I bet they melt the damn things down.....what a bloody waste !!!!!

    <-----goes to search his back garden

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    I would say that was not professionally done job, very rough and dangerous, at least looks like a black diggers job, than a professional sapper's job.
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    More details from official website: On 6th of December during works around new build dog's kennels some rusting bars were excavated...Grenades were found right on the bottom...In total 182 weapons and 60 grenades...The weapons are not hazardous any more...The council is interested, it can be hand down to a local museum...

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