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    Mate at the second and third photo isnt a 88mm Flak!It is a Italian Cannone da 75/46 manned by German FJs!

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    American Television lead me to believe that the UFO's were on the Nazi Side !

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    Quote by The woodpecker View Post
    Mate at the second and third photo isnt a 88mm Flak!It is a Italian Cannone da 75/46 manned by German FJs!
    Yes, you are correct, it is a Italian Cannone da 75/46 manned by German FJs!
    Thank you for pointing this out :-)

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    A few more.

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    The last one in the first post will require a longer barrel to fit the kill rings!

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    The last one in the first post will require a longer barrel to fit the kill rings!
    LOL
    Glen, I had another picture of a barrel and every ring had a number 10 on it, if you look at the pic you are referring too, you can see there is something on each ring like a number.
    Last edited by Silberkreuz; 07-16-2015 at 07:46 AM.

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