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Some New Relics

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    I haven't posted in a while but wanted to post some new additions. Opinions are always appreciated! I don't know what the round thingies are that have 'bwz' on them.
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    Nice lot there mate....I like your shelving system there!!!

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    Auergesellschaft Werk Oranienbrug Berlin abbreviation bwz. Gas mask item? nice collection GP

    Eric
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    Thanks guys! I know that there is a STG-44 mag and a panzerschreck head there. I'm not quite sure what the mortar tail is from. German or Russian? I assume the mess kit thing is German.

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    Okay guys. Here is another recent relic. I bought this out of impulse from a reputable seller. It was listed as a Panzerfaust relic tube. I know it's beat up, but dude said it had a lot of original paint. I'm not so sure about that. My buddy who is a weapons expert and Army SF keeps busting my chops and saying its a pipe, lol. I'll include part of the tail section of the rocket that I already had.
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    Thr gauge of the metal does look rather heavy? Any evidence of any of the trigger/sight fitments?

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    Thr gauge of the metal does look rather heavy? Any evidence of any of the trigger/sight fitments?

    Cheers, Ade.
    Ade, All I can see is what looks to be a screw.
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    Hi
    Agree that the gauge looks wrong. There should be clear signs where the sight and trigger were located. The only screw was about 1/3 of the way down, at the bottom of the tube, underneath the tail end of trigger mechanism. This held the propellant charge in place.

    I think a faust 60 was about 2.0 in in diameter and 3.4ft long. On first appearances I think your mate may be right

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    Love the helmet collection. Are those polystyrene heads? If so, id replace them with glass, or wooden stands. Polystyrene does damage to leather over a long period of time.

    May I ask what the blue rimmed helmet under the table is?

    Nitram

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    Thanks for the advise. The blue rimmed helmet is an NYPD helmet.

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