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    Default Imperial German Grenadier

    Currently on show at the Imperial War Museum London

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    Nice MG08/15.
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    Very Nice MG08/15.


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    Nice blouse - like the cuff title

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    I used to have one of these a few years back. It had taken a shrapnel hit which had perforated the cooling jacket in several places.
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    "Null-acht fünfzehn" used to be German slang for something dull or mediocre, i guess it comes from the German troops not liking the gun much!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Quote by aicusv View Post
    Nice blouse - like the cuff title
    Yes; the "GIBRALTAR" cuff title immediately caught my eye too when I saw the display.

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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    "Null-acht fünfzehn" used to be German slang for something dull or mediocre, i guess it comes from the German troops not liking the gun much!....
    Hey, that's what my mother-in-law use to call me.

    Guess a photo like this can give us all something to dream about.

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