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Flamethrowers in 1944 year, Valga, Estonia

Article about: I've been a flame thrower man in this reconstruction, really good recon, Estonian army made real explosives at 200 gramm of TNT each, the voice was like a real 100 mm shell. Take a look here

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    Default Flamethrowers in 1944 year, Valga, Estonia

    I've been a flame thrower man in this reconstruction, really good recon, Estonian army made real explosives at 200 gramm of TNT each, the voice was like a real 100 mm shell. Take a look here.
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Most impressive!
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    That was fun to watch! Quite realistic with the explosions...I like the way you flushed out that trench with the flamethrower!
    Thanks for showing!
    Cheers, GLenn

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    great show

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    One more video
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Looks like great fun!...
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    Super cool Dimas You look very happy with that flame thrower mate LOL Pretty impressive show. Looks like some Estonian Engineer soldiers have been busy rigging 200 gram charges!

    Cheers

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    Very impressive!

    Some of the soldiers could do with some acting lessons though, a few seem quite casual about close combat and the prospect of imminent death

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    when you stay circa 30 meters from the explode, the tight wave are going trough the head
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    Very impressive!

    Some of the soldiers could do with some acting lessons though, a few seem quite casual about close combat and the prospect of imminent death
    I am sure Dimas was a combat flamethrower in a previous life

    Cheers

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