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Grenades (ammunition) of the First and Second World War. View from the inside

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    Forest Mosquito,

    A Kugelhandgranate must be a lot easier to empty than a sprenggranate 30. Fuzes are quite complicated from what I can see!

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    Quote by Teck 147 View Post
    I've developed quite an interest for such Things (collect mainly documents pertaining to them) seeing as you also appear to be in middle Europe i thought I'd ask where one can procure them
    Hello.
    did not want to offend you in any way.
    I wrote to you in private messages.
    With respect.

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    Quote by vegetius View Post
    Forest Mosquito,

    A Kugelhandgranate must be a lot easier to empty than a sprenggranate 30. Fuzes are quite complicated from what I can see!
    kugelgranate is practically inert after 100+ years in the ground.
    but rarely are the exceptions - equipped with formulations with the addition of magnesium, although usually such a formulation is more common in eihandgranate 17.

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    Default 3.7 cm Infanteriegesch├╝tz M.15 cutaway ammo

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    No offence taken. You'd have been more specific If I was in the first instance. Message recieved, thanks

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    Hi Mr Bull. You may find interest in some uploads on Youtube by a chap called 'Stray03'. Very detailed stripping and re-assembling of all fuses, booby traps ect. He is thorough and the info. is interesting although he does speak rather slowly. I find turning up the playback speed a bit helps without losing anything from your viewing. I hope you give it a try. Regards, Francis.

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    Wow Zoobar. What a beautiful piece. I really love the German standards in engineering skills. You just instinctively KNOW that this would feel great in your hand. Regards, Francis.

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    Hello.
    New job. armor-piercing tracer shell 3.7 cm Pzgr.
    Grenades (ammunition) of the First and Second World War. View from the inside
    Grenades (ammunition) of the First and Second World War. View from the inside
    Grenades (ammunition) of the First and Second World War. View from the inside
    Grenades (ammunition) of the First and Second World War. View from the inside
    Grenades (ammunition) of the First and Second World War. View from the inside
    Grenades (ammunition) of the First and Second World War. View from the inside

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