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    #16
    Outstanding collection Fran... simply outstanding!!!

    Thanks for sharing.

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      #17
      Nice Stuff you have there! Here is some of mine, more will follow later!

      As my main interest is Rifle Grenades I will start showing them. Heres what I got so far, missing some rare types, if anyone has something for sale what is not seen in my picture, drop me a line...
      Last edited by dogtagman; 01-03-2008, 04:51 PM.

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        #18
        Real nice collection!

        Could you explain the difference between the 17 and the 81 - belt? I always thought, they were the same..

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          #19
          Originally posted by Jägermeister View Post
          Real nice collection!

          Could you explain the difference between the 17 and the 81 - belt? I always thought, they were the same..
          The left on is connected with stainless steel pins the belt only folds up one way.
          And the right one is connected like the other bigger links by the cartridge, you can fold them in many different ways..



          Very nice collection you got there Dogtagman

          And thanks for all your comments guys...
          Last edited by François B.; 12-21-2007, 01:41 PM.

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            #20
            Here are a few of mine......

            The Gew.Spreng granate, the right one has a KM-Markings on the head....
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              #21
              Two of my Gewehrsprenggranaten have the Kriegsmarine Stamp too.

              Heres what you need to go with all this stuff ;-)

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                #22
                And another nice piece from my stuff. A 504 hours/21 days Clockwork fuze by Junghans, named J-Feder 504. Complete in Box with everything in it and all matching numbers.


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                  #23
                  Originally posted by Francois Beyerlein View Post
                  The left on is connected with stainless steel pins the belt only folds up one way.
                  And the right one is connected like the other bigger links by the cartridge, you can fold them in many different ways..
                  (..)
                  thank you very much for the explanation!


                  @all: real nice collections!!

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                    #24
                    German & U.S. Ordnance collection


                    Hi all,
                    A little collection I have put together over the years. The Kwk36 HE in the back right side is a round I put together & over restored purpusly for training & show only(I did 2 of these). All casings & rounds are original. The 12,8cm Flak 40 L80 & Pak 43 casings are restored dug casings that were pitted but still solid. The Pak43 was dug about 3 miles from Bastogne & the Flak40 was dug in Berlin on a construction job 2 years ago. The large Pzgr 39 APCBC round and casing on the left rear row is a Flak38-39 10,5cm. casing and round. One of the 5cm rounds in the center has a cutaway Pzgr40 Arrowhead round.
                    Hope you enjoy,
                    Dirk

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                      #25
                      ordnance pics

                      Hi there,

                      For the one who is interested in some more pics of a ordnance collection can look on the site of the Britisch ordnance collectors network. You wil find mine in the subunit members collection ( DM 53). You will find mostly german and british ordnance in my collection.

                      Best regards

                      DM 53

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by dogtagman View Post
                        And another nice piece from my stuff. A 504 hours/21 days Clockwork fuze by Junghans, named J-Feder 504. Complete in Box with everything in it and all matching numbers.





                        WOW killer item a rare pice for sure
                        Cheers
                        Lars

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                          #27
                          some of my rifle-grenades

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                            #28
                            cardboard tubes

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                              #29
                              their engin

                              GewehrGranatGerät

                              Hope you'll like it...

                              Ferdinand
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                                #30
                                Very impressive!

                                I like it alot.....

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