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WW2 relics from Denmark

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    A word of caution: You are walking on thin ice in certain areas regarding the PanzerFaust and the K98 in spite of the condition.

    Be sure to check with your local "sheriff." Some do not look kindly on these weapons even though ground dug.

    Some police districts take a very bleak view of these. It all boils down to how they read the law. Silly but true.

    There are examples, where is is demanded, that a groud dug item is sawn in half length wise.

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    A word of caution: You are walking on thin ice in certain areas regarding the PanzerFaust and the K98 in spite of the condition.

    Be sure to check with your local "sheriff." Some do not look kindly on these weapons even though ground dug.

    Some police districts take a very bleak view of these. It all boils down to how they read the law. Silly but true.

    There are examples, where is is demanded, that a groud dug item is sawn in half length wise.
    Now that would be a crying shame and almost a crime in itself! Sometimes the law can be an ... Understandable though.

    Brilliant finds STG44. Keep up the good work!

    Martyn.

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    ill drill som holes in the k98 , but the Panzerfaust is nothing but an empty tube all the way through. Regards

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    Empty tube it might be. It will not be much use for firing anything anymore. That is logic to you and that is logic to me. But we are not operating with logic here.

    You have to understand, that we deal with paper pushers, who do not have an inkling of understanding about these artifacts.

    Imagine, what they will hear, when told what it is. "Ohhh that old thing, that is a launcher of war heads."

    Some of them will go ballistic (sorry, for the pun).

    I am not saying your local police forse are unreasonable, it is just a word of warning.

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    Thanks for the advice Scout

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    what kind of rifle is this ??
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    Looks to me like the remains of a Mosin Nagant Rifle or Carbine, nice find

    Thanks

    Danny

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    yes your probably right, incredible to find a Russian rifle in Denmark
    Regards

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    That why I wasnt sure to begin with because it seems like a strange place for one to end up, its also odd in the fact that theres what look like 2 big holes in the side of the magazine. It also looks like the barrel/chamber has been cut right down the middle....very odd.

    Thanks

    Danny

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