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    My "Lake M34's" case/rack made it this week. Thought if post 'em along withstand few others.

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    Looks like a great collection of ordnance in the background as well!
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    there was a case of these buried in the rubble of a gun emplacement at outside Calais, now under channel tunnel spoil.saw it and touched it but could not get it out.

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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    there was a case of these buried in the rubble of a gun emplacement at outside Calais, now under channel tunnel spoil.saw it and touched it but could not get it out.
    Maybe its as well. It is highly dangerous to tamper with old ordnance unless you know what you are doing. People in the past have thought they knew what they were doing, and got it disastrously wrong. You only make the mistake once...
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    Impressive grenade case collection.

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    Thanks guys! I'm pretty proud of them! Actually I was gonna sell some of them just to help pay for some of it, but I couldn't Break up the family after all these guys have been through. The case & the grenades themselves are not that great. Some of them are in relic condition, no markings still visible on any of them, some handles were in bad shape, etc. but it's rather the history behind it. This group of ordnance IS history! It wasn't necessarily the reason I bought it, but it is reason I'm gonna keep it.

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    Nice collection ya got there Timmy. Love those german "potato masher" grenades

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    TimmyMac...AKA....Grenade Guy! Love them!


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    Quote by Rossi View Post
    TimmyMac...AKA....Grenade Guy! Love them!
    Thanks guys! I'm glad y'all liked 'em. Rossi i'm sure been called a lot worse LOL!

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    Very nice, I am glad that everything made the trip through the mail.

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