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Article about: just won this on ebay,but when it lands i was thinking would oxalic acid clean the rust from it or is it best to leave as is ? cheers dave

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    just won this on ebay,but when it lands i was thinking would oxalic acid clean the rust from it or is it best to leave as is ? cheers dave
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    I would like one of thease myself Dave, didn't know ebay would let this on was it uk ebay. P.S got Phil sat next to me here

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    Hi mate, yes it was uk ebay im as surprised as you , as long as phils sat next to you and not on your knee whens the next fairs on ? cheers dave

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    15th March Durham and 29th March liverpool

    cheers Ronnie

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    Can the ammo explode at anytime??

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    Can the ammo explode at anytime??
    The one Dave will have bought will be inert and deactivated. You can see the warhead is empty.

    No one should ever mess with a live one of these, or any other item of ordnance.

    Hi Dave, I am sure it would clean up even more with the Oxalic acid treatment. But I could happily live with it as is.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Very nice piece! Its a PF 60 I would say by the looks of it. I ve got one in my collection too, and the Faustpatrone 30, the smallest of the lot.
    I would clean it a bit with oxalic acid, so the the text on the warhead will be more vissible. The only part missing on this one so far I can see is the wooden tail with the wings, but I have some relics from the Hurtgenwald somewhere in a box.

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