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Yugoslavian translation of 7.9mm M34 transit case

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    Hi everyone, Ive had a transit chest from former Yugolsavia in the 80's in my possetion for maybe 10 years now, and never really knew what it was for.
    I have just come across the paperwork from the chest which i removed for some reason and put in the attic. and thought id look a little more into it.
    Could anyone help with the translation of the handwriting?

    I can make out the 7.9mm M34 bit, but could anyone help with the rest?
    many thanks in advance.
    Ed

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    "They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist...."
    - Major-General John Sedgwick, 9 may 1864.
    Killed by a sniper during the battle of Spotsylvania..

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    These are the papers that were added when MG34 machinegun was conservated with cosmoline.


    Greetings, Jure.

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    Hi, here you go :

    Karton dugoročne zaštite = Tag for long term conservation
    Sanduk broj: 46 = Box number: 46
    Naziv sredstva: Puškomitraljez 7,9mm M-34 = Item description: Machine gun 7,9mm M-34
    Skladišni broj u JNA = Storage number in JNA (Jugoslovenska narodna armija = Yugoslav peoples army)
    Datum konzervacije = Date of conservation
    Vrsta konzervacije: Dugoročna sa pregledima do 5 godina = Type of conservation: Long term conservation with a 5 year checking.
    Konzervirano: Solventom oznake SZN-M proizvod. 19_ god. = Conserved with: Solvent type SZN-M produced in year 19_
    Fabrički broj = factory number
    % nagriženosti pešadiskog naoružanja = % of infantry arms corrosion
    Konzervaciju naoružanja izvršila ekipa vojne pošte VP 2774 Šabac = Conservation of firearms made by team from military post office VP 2774 Šabac ( a city in today's Serbia)
    Pakovao: = Packed by:
    Odgovorno lice: = Responsable officer:
    čin, ime i prezime = rank, name and surname

    That's the first paper...

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    And here goes the second

    Lista pakovanja = List of package
    A:Podaci o sredstvu = Data of firearm
    Skladišni broj: = Deposit number
    Naziv TMS: = Name of TMS (TMS stands for "tehničko materialna sredstva" = technical material)
    Količina TMS: = Amount of TMS
    Fabrički broj: = Factory number:
    Kompletno-Nekompletno: = Complete-Incomplete
    Vlasnik sredstva: = Owner of firearm: (OpŠTO stands for Operativni Štab Teritorijalne Odbrane = Operative headquarters of the Teritorial Defense)
    Potpis rukovaoca: = Signature of the operative officer
    B: Podaci o zaštiti TMS
    Vrsta konzervacije: Dugoročna = Type of conservation: Long term
    Vrsta zaštitnog premaza: Solvent = Type of protective: Solvent
    Datum konzervacije: = date of conservation
    -unreadable-
    Ispravno-Neispravno = Functioning- Not functioning
    Izvođač radova: = Worker:
    Potpis ovlašćenog lica: = Signature of responsable officer

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    many thanks Damir!!!
    shame i havent got the 34's to go in the box!!
    "They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist...."
    - Major-General John Sedgwick, 9 may 1864.
    Killed by a sniper during the battle of Spotsylvania..

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