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Discussion in 'Battlefield Relics' started by Commissioner, Nov 8, 2014.

  1. Mkennshib

    Mkennshib New Member

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    Can anyone tell me what this is? I've never seen anything like it.
     
  2. Mkennshib

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    Here's some pictures
     

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  3. Commissioner

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    Some new dimensions arrived .....
    And Illustrative image ... how such equipment is transported in the mountains ... hahahhaahah
     

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    Latest high in the mountains I came across the remains of RSO and 2 cm Fliegerabwehrkanone 38.
     

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    Always a pleasure to read about your finds and see your pictures.
     
  6. Commissioner

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    Last of the most interesting things in my collection appeared to Soviet Katyusha missile BM-13 and Soviet air force bomb, year 1941, the body of iron, a small gauge cannons bomb type of AO-2.5.
    Total length of about 40 cm, the weight of the total of about 3 kg, the explosive of about 1 kg.
    Iron air igniter AM-A in 1940.
    And the Austro-Hungarian the buckle of the First World War, known in our new Hungary.
     

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    Of course, everything SAFE AND LAWFUL.
     

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  8. bronk7

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    Austro-Hungarian...that alone tells you that is a classic buckle , IMO.....I've never read much on that subject...
     
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    Several new finds.
     

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  10. YugoslavPartisan

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    Such an interesting hobby you've got there friend. And the items ofc.
     
  11. Commissioner

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    Hello
    Given that in Poland there is no winter, it ventured into the higher mountains kick.
    In the mountains but it turned out that the above is a little snow and frost, then took a few pictures views.
    And such things Christmas and New Year I found.
     

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    what do you mean by no winter? no snow? by the way my maternal relatives were Polish....Poland does not get enough attention here on WW2F....as it was caught between the 2 big powers.....
     
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    There's no snow in Croatia too. It's so strange for this time of the year. Awesome pictures btw.
     
  14. Skipper

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    Nice to have you back here commissioner. I suppose you'll get some snow in February . If not your ski resorts will suffer from touist desertification. The good thing is that you'll be able to do some extra relic diggings.
     

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