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WW2 relics from Denmark

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    Yes it's strange
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    I have found russian ammo in Denmark, so I am sure the rifles was used for guards in Denmark. This rifle however has been used for learning how a bolt action rifle functions. That could very well be the reason (the only one?) for the holes in the magazine, the barrel cut in half etc.

    It could also be used for training some of the russian soldiers on german side that were in Denmark in the last years of the war...

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    That rifle was probably cut like that to show how it looks on the inside and how it works

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    Quote by Rahlenbeck View Post
    They are not, sorry but dont know what they are, the Panzerschreck tali looks compleatly diffrent.

    Panzerschreck rocket tail image by missing_something on Photobucket
    The tail piece shown in your link is of an American 3.5 inch Bazooka rocket.
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    Bill

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    this is what i found this morning
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    Looks like you've got a few bits from an MG42 there

    Nice finds

    Thanks

    Danny

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    Thank you ,the pice of barrel is from an mg42 what else is ?
    Rergards

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    Maybe the rifle is from Hiwis, all of the German units on the East Front had Hiwis, and some of the hiwis had weapons. The Freikorps Danmark had a hiwi, that even went on leave with some of the soldiers!

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    what kind of rifle is this ??
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    Hello,
    As soon as I saw your first picture I thought 'Mosin Nagant', the magazine spring arrangement was the giveaway. I also agree that the cut barrel and holed magazine almost certainly make this an instructional piece.
    Very nice find.
    Best regards,
    navyman.

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    Yes your probably right many thanks for your help gays
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