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    Blown WW2 Russian "Katyusha" Rocket.

    Gave this rocket a bit of a clean-up..

    I believe it to be a WW2 Russian "Katyusha" Rocket?
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    Rubbed it down with a file and rough sanding paper.
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    Slopped a load of Evapo rust on it and added some red primer.
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    Put some green paint on it and let the Spiders and worms have a new home.
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    Hey, when you obtained it in western Europe, it may well be a German copy of the Katyusha. We found dozens of them in the Nijmegen/Groesbeek area.

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    Any pictures my friend?, that's very interesting..

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    It is not from a "Katyusha" but a German 15cm WGr. 41. Spr.

 

 

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