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Article about: Hello Gents..a little out of my arena of collecting..but wanted to get your thoughts on a recent acquirement that was bestowed upon me...which iwould like to make a pinned thread here..if wa

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    Hello Gents..a little out of my arena of collecting..but wanted to get your thoughts on a recent acquirement that was bestowed upon me...which I would like to make a pinned thread here..if warranted useful.

    I have 350 German munition coded designations

    Example :....... " ac " - Carl Walgher, Zella Mehlis, Thuringia
    ......................" bgt " - Eugene Muller , Pyrotechnic Werk , Vienna
    ......................" czn " - Emil Busch AG , Rathenow, Brandenburg

    about 350 codes with abbreviation , producer name and location of city and country. Some from the Czech Republic and Austria.

    If there is a use for these,..please let me know ..and I will make the effort to transfer to this forum.

    Rgards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

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    It's great stuff Larry, it should be a sticky in a few of the forums, here, in world firearms, and in the field gear section, if not others.

    From the three you posted, one is a gun maker, the second ammo I suppose, and the third is a well known maker of binoculars and other optics (field gear).

    I'd love to see the list, save it to the computer, etc.

    Can't get too much of this reference info.

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