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    While I had some spare time at work I had a look around the British army's weapon collection, not 100% sure if I should be taking pics in there so if someone could enlighten me.....?.....If its ok I will try to get more detailed pics at a later date but there is LOADS!!! first few pics are some of the anti tank weapons, then onto the assault rifle room......enjoy
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    Sorry about the poor quality pictures i will get more close ups next time.

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    Beautiful stuff, my friend.* Drooling*
    ~Dean

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    Few more rifles...... and 2 .38 revolvers that have suffered breech explosions!!! and 2 of Napoleons pistols
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    wow thats a collection

    tom

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    lol i think i have weapon envy. thats how my basement should look, and if i'd stop selling things off, it could happen. my wife might have something to say though. it looks like a great museum quality collection they have.
    i like how they have it set up. here is one pic of my basement looking into the war room.
    andrew
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    You can take photos but none that have windows or access points in them. I've been down there my self and it is a fantastic collection with some very rare and early stuff. No wonder alot of the items feature in books!

    You'll also notice its called a collection rather than a museum as all the weapons are for use and not on exhibit. The various servicable weapons are often used for demonstration purposes so are kept in A1 condition.

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    you mean to tell me they are all live

    tom

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    All live except for the purpose deactivated DP and SKN weapons which are official British military. The curator (If you can call him that) is a good friend of mine and has written many books and is well known for his STEN and No.32 scope books.

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    Quote by m3bobby View Post
    All live except for the purpose deactivated DP and SKN weapons which are official British military. The curator (If you can call him that) is a good friend of mine and has written many books and is well known for his STEN and No.32 scope books.
    Ah yes I had a chat with him and he was nice enough to show me round a few times, (I forget his name!) but he did say i could have a shoot on a bren but he hasnt got back to me!!! does he still work there? last time I went there was a SASC warrant officer there.

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