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    I picked up a 10 cap blasting machine that has been there and back a couple too many times. I do not see these around much in my area. Should display well with combat engineers items. I think the chain holding the key has been messed with. It should attach to a collar on the key.
    John

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    What a ripper John, fun thing to play with I imagine.
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    René

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    That is super fun! That will look awesome next to combat engineer things!

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    What a ripper John, fun thing to play with I imagine.
    Our gubberment frowns on blowing things up, I am not sure why. We used to be able to go buy a stick of TNT at the hardware store when I was a young child. We used it to blow stumps and beaver dams up northern MN. I am going to test it with a volt meter though.
    John

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    I like it

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    Good find. Here some were used post war in the coal mines. To bad you do not have the carry strap. Rich A. in Pa.
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    Easy way to test it is to tell the wife to grab each of the little knobs while
    you give it a spin. I'm sure she'll tell you if it produces some current.

    I remember watching my step dad blow up tree stumps when I was younger.
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    Quote by Chopperman View Post
    Easy way to test it is to tell the wife to grab each of the little knobs while
    you give it a spin. I'm sure she'll tell you if it produces some current.

    I remember watching my step dad blow up tree stumps when I was younger.


    My wife would be onto my plan too quick.

    John

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    Mine wouldn't
    gregM
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    Quote by Rescue190 View Post


    My wife would be onto my plan too quick.

    John
    Quote by Chopperman View Post
    Mine wouldn't
    All I would like to see is a video of whoever tries it!

    Cool piece! Like it!
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