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    INERT ordnances from Germany

    A web-shop with lot of interesting INERT - WW1 & WW2 & modern - ordnances:

    https://www.muna-rheinland.de/

    Bombs, fuzes, ammos, etc...

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    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    It's described correctly. 21 cm incendiary aircraft rocket (experimental). They had incendiary segments inside if I remember correctly.

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    Hi Alpini, sorry if my question is stupid, but why "schrapnell", does it mean in this case "part"? Frank

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    From a undated document.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doppz92 View Post
    Hi Alpini, sorry if my question is stupid, but why "schrapnell", does it mean in this case "part"? Frank
    It means the same like the british "shrapnel". In this case because the incendiary segments were discharged like from a shrapnel shell.

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    This 7.5 JGr 38 HL is also interesting, first time I see such a model with tracer.

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    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    Thanks for the link. Very usefull

 

 

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