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WW2 relics from Denmark

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    Yes I know the Resistance used the area after the war
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    I think you're right Dimas
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    Dimas is always right

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    Yes but does he know what the drill is for ?
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    The drill thing looks like part of an auger.

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    Or maby they used it to make the holes to the barb-wire pool??

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    iam from romania but i live in denmark my wife is danish i colect ww2 thinks also metaldetecting this is discover in denmark

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    take look my friend

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    i know a field in denmark ...i cant said areea is my secret i cant share ..just...only from danish members there is a place full of bullet and bulletcase also i want to go in some bunkers hoo nobody put the step inside after war i need some time and to dig ....buy the whay i go to ploice station every mounth to giv the bulletcase and the bullet thats because police explime iam not alow to keep this ..but i cant understud ...it is noo full staf ...the police visit my apartment ...hoo like helmet and all the staf ...he take a belt from mg and bulletcase and some rusty bullet ....and givmy 700dkk to paid ...iam not angry but i want to know the low from the danish colectionary

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    It is illegal in Denmark to keep any kind of ammunition unless you have a weapon permit, and the ammunition MUST be locked away in a closet with a solid lock. Your Gun (if any) MUST be kept separate from the ammunition, and the weapon must be a two-piece for hunting and the pieces MUST be kept separately. So you need Three places to store weapons and ammunition.

    It is illegal to own any kind of ammunition without a weapons permit. Even an MG belt. If you find anything older than 200 years you MUST bring it to the local museum. It is illegal to keep anyting older than 200 years.

    Around bunkers there can still be mines, be careful.

    Oh and finding coins on the beach in daylight, can get you in a lot of trouble with the locals

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