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    From the Somme to this

    Hi,
    I thought if some of you hav,nt restored relics this is of interest,
    I restored this a couple of years ago, it took a few days and a new set of
    fins but displays very well. it shows what you can achieve.
    Dave.
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    now this is what i like in restoring stuff,,something that people would normally turn there noses up at ,give it a good clean back repair a few bits and there you have it a very nice item

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    Question

    hi panzer1
    well done lovely job
    Armystuff

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    Indeedy! good job pal.

    best

    waff

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    Restoration

    I hope you removed the 7.9mm cartridge discharger cartridge at the top of the tube...

    Regards
    TonyE

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    German mortar

    Hi tony
    In reply to your question about the cartridge, it is now Very inert,
    dead as a dodo.
    Dave.

 

 

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