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German concrete stockmine

Article about: Hi Guys, just got back from Beltring yesterday afternoon. Here is a nice buy I made. Picked up for 20. The ZZ42 Fuze is inert and dated 1943. So info about them can be seen here: Stockmine

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    I have a few of these in my collection complete with inert fuses, how would I go about replicating the wooden spikes ??
    Anyone got any drawing of them I would like for them to look as original as posable or orginal wooden spikes and where may I find them??
    Regards
    MISH


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    good looking Mine Ade!!
    that is one I don't have in my collection.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    The trouble with these great little concrete mines is the Shipping costs to the US! They are reasonable enough Price wise-normally less than 50 dollars, but the Shipping is heinous!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    A finding of some years ago.

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    DAM Kanister, I hope you managed to save a few of these or even better yet its all still there ??

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    Wow...if a person could Just find a way to Ship the darn things Cheap, that pile would be worth a small fortune!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Quote by kiwiwreckdiver View Post
    DAM Kanister, I hope you managed to save a few of these or even better yet its all still there ??
    Yes, I have saved few of them, ... very few. Most are gone.

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    Yes, the marking is not original and the spike is made in a too "rich" material, on original it's bad wood.

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    Mine, coming from Metz fortificatins

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    Here's my mines, notice the difference at the bottom.
    The stakes hole, I'm guessing would help to keep it in the mine when it explodes?.
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