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A few M24 in their boxes,,

Article about: Thought i would share these wooden transport boxes for the M24,, with inner rack without rack and for M43 and M24 use. will get round to making nice seperate photos with a decent back drop a

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    Thought i would share these wooden transport boxes for the M24,, with inner rack without rack and for M43 and M24 use.
    will get round to making nice seperate photos with a decent back drop at some point and a good description etc in the meantime
    please enjoy these as they are, any ideas on a back drop to display them is very much welcome.

    Regards Nick

    The Nebel and early M24 are in the boxes to protect the stenciling from uv untill i scource a dispay cabinet for them
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    Super boxes.

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    Very impressive!

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    Wow! Thats just fantastic!

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    Brilliant! I've not seen that many together before, great condition too.

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    Very nice collection and the wooden boxes are in great condition whcih is very hard to find !!
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    Courage the greater as our strength faileth.
    Here lies our leader ,in the dust of his greatness.
    Who leaves him now , be damned forever.
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    But lie at his feet , in the dust with our leader

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    Very nice.!
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    Just great to see these all together! I bet you are proud of these!

    Josh

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    Sweeeeet! They look really cool.

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    I bet most of those boxes were used for firewood a long time ago!...
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