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  • Fritz84
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    Very nice find!!

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  • AndyC
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    I can check with him if he still have them




    Andy

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  • WWIIBuff
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    I know this is an old thread, but I am curious, what did your friend do with these? I have been looking for one.

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  • steverobertsbbc
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    Odd. For me, it shows a preview of the first page which you can scroll down to see the rest. Shows some pics.

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  • AndyC
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    Yes but i couldnt down load it whit out to pay for it

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  • steverobertsbbc
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    Did you look at the document linked in post 8?

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  • AndyC
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    Is there anyone who have som pictures of those in action?


    Andy

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  • babyteeth
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    Here is a doc you can download

    http://www.docstoc.com/docs/55974878...en---in-German

    I would think quite a rare item.. very nice find

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  • AndyC
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    Thanks for the info


    Andy

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  • Zünder
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    Follow up: correct name is "druckschiene".
    Several of these, when fitted on T-mine, could be used to rapidly mine a road, correct term for that was "Schnellsperre".

    The holes were used to add camouflage.


    There's quit a good article about these in Waffe revue nr. 89, starting at page 119.


    Zünder,


    www.wk2ammo.com

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  • Zünder
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    Can't remember the exact name (i will have a look in the manuals), but these were used to connect T-mines.
    1 mine at each side , the bar acted as a pressure plate, but over a larger area.

    I think there's a shorter all steel version as well.

    Good find !


    Zünder,



    www.wk2ammo.com

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  • r_hufschmied
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    Being HSAG it can be virtually anything, well close ...

    http://www.holocaustresearchproject....ion/hasag.html

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  • AndyC
    started a topic Whats this?

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    Hi

    A Friend of mine found those, but what are they?
    Maker HASAG and they are 155 cm and made of aluminium


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