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Concrete mine?

Article about: Good morning, my interests are only in firearms but I have found many of these pieces of concrete. A friend of mine tell me that they are german concrete mines. Can you confirm?

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    I myself collect relics and search old airfields and gunnery ranges as well as battlefields in Europe. As a relic hunter yourself, you will understand when I say.......

    YOU BLOODY LUCKY GIT !



    Superb find mate ! Well done.

    Steve T

    PS You got loads there ! I bet you could spare one.....

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    vinnyw
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    Hello
    If you still have some of these,will you sell a few to a person in the U.S.?
    Thank you
    vinny

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    Quote by vinnyw View Post
    Hello
    If you still have some of these,will you sell a few to a person in the U.S.?
    Thank you
    vinny
    I can pick up some of these and send them everywhere, but I am doubtful about sending them to the U.S.: what will say the custom?

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    You could say its a very heavy paper weight? Superb find though

    Thanks for sharing it with us

    Danny

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    vinnyw
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    Maybe concrete relic would do.Im interested if the price is right.Thank you for your reply.Let me no.
    Have you found much interesting stuff since this find? Do you reserch first or just try in areas that have historic action?
    vinny

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    I found this stuff in an old fortress in the Ligurian Alps, where the R.S.I. S.Marco division was settled. I think that these concrete mines were never used because they were stacked in an old barn that go to ruin.

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    I have original wooden box for German WW II concrete mines, but with out of them.

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