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    The power of a compressed cylinder go to 5 mins...

    The power of a compressed cylinder go to 5 mins 30 secs for the result. Shooting an oxygen tank in a locked safe - YouTube
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    Current model Soviet MBT T-90 I hear Muffett.

    Current model Soviet MBT T-90 I hear Muffett.
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    If someone cannot afford a real Tiger 1 you could...

    If someone cannot afford a real Tiger 1 you could have brought this faker done up for "Fury" looks ok from a distance and would be fun to own not sure on the price it being a movie star.
    As for Fury...
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    ADI apparently has a contract to supply the US...

    ADI apparently has a contract to supply the US military so the bulk of their production is siphoned off on that channel.
    Of ADI's AR 06H I managed to get 2 Kg's of that but only because my gunshop...
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    That sounds like a winner there, thx for that RCS...

    That sounds like a winner there, thx for that RCS much appreciated.
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    Here in Aus things are pretty dire Bergers are...

    Here in Aus things are pretty dire Bergers are very rare (Unobtainium) along with most other projectiles in popular cals like 6.5, 308, 303, as for pistol powder ppl are selling the 1.5 Kg Net...
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    RCS do you know or could you identify please the...

    RCS do you know or could you identify please the manufacturer for my 75mm made by BB Co.

    I like stuff like that having collected little pieces odd ball gear over the years.
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    Even so if one buys a rifle and starts swapping...

    Even so if one buys a rifle and starts swapping bits and pieces to make it all matching then in reality its a bits'a as the only real way of having an all correct rifle would be a mum wrapped...
  9. Thread: Cartridges

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    6.5 x 57mm RWS

    The 6.5 x 57 Mauser was developed @1893 - '94 as a necked down version of the 7 x 57mm cartridge. It was never adopted as a military cartridge by any military power, however it undoubtedly influenced...
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    U.S M18 75mm X 350mm case

    Info from another site ~ The 75mm M18 is the same size (75 x 350mm) as the French 75, but is actually the standard U.S. 75mm gun cartridge case, either as a wheel mounted field gun, or in the various...
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    Missed nothing Mac 702, I'd say he's moved on...

    Missed nothing Mac 702, I'd say he's moved on pretty tall order saying ppl here don't care or know. I'm certain seeing his post that the situation was solved by him unwittingly so to save face he...
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    There were so many types of cases for the 75mm...

    There were so many types of cases for the 75mm Italian, German, French, US, but it would want to be in very good condition with patina no dents or trench art, not something that has been brasso'ed to...
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    Interesting information RCS thx for the share...

    Interesting information RCS thx for the share nice collection there.
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    SLR with 40mm in service in VN with our Australian SAS

    Used in anger our SAS on tour during the Vietnam war got creative to improve a squads destructiveness they planted a 40mm GL under the SLR combined it with a 30 round mag on the SLR which apparently...
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    Sako cartridge

    Here is my 5.7 x 43 mm Sako think these were the .222 don't see many around these parts.

    303 SMK reload for scale.
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    I have a Poole No.9 with brass throated steel...

    I have a Poole No.9 with brass throated steel scabbard.
    Here is a link on then for those that may wish to have a guide as to types and manufactured No.s.
    The British No. 9 Bayonet and Foreign Copies
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    Ain't that the truth Jim no interest for years...

    Ain't that the truth Jim no interest for years when its going to a new home all of a sudden its gotta be theirs so they can put it away and forget about it or sell it without a clue as to its...
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    Pics! looks like all the pics from this thread...

    Pics! looks like all the pics from this thread have gone in to web space!

    444 Marlin.
    Yes the secret to stopping the neck collapse on the 444 was having a good inside neck chamfer, the 336...
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    Nice thought but I would wonder putting 16 rounds...

    Nice thought but I would wonder putting 16 rounds through a Garand at the age of 12 hhhmmm may be a bit punishing, I think I was about 14 when I first fired a 303 with ball ammo in the cadets at the...
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    Good to hear from you again Peter hope your keeping well.:thup:
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    Seems the be a fair bit going on with a section...

    Seems the be a fair bit going on with a section of ridge directly behind the kneeling GI's helmet.

    The middle guy looks out of it, who knows the poor blighters have been in the grinder hope all...
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    May sound strange but she has been there for all...

    May sound strange but she has been there for all my life and I now feel the world will be a different place we will never see another monarch that was so loved and respected by her subjects.
    For...
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    Yes we thoroughly enjoyed watching 1883 the...

    Yes we thoroughly enjoyed watching 1883 the ending was a bit of a shock but then again having been shot by a dung dipped arrow you were doomed.
    We have also watched Gentleman Jack the life of Anne...
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    On the move.

    A great day for the USS Texas the very last surviving WWI Battleship so glad the USA is preserving her for generations to come.
    Sadly her screws are gone being bronze I gather they'd be worth a...
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    6.5mm x 54mm

    Continuing with the 6.5mm type.

    H/S PS - Pirotecnia Militar de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain I think this might be the maker but it might have been made in Italy the primer has like an anchor with a 3...
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