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    German demolition charges

    Here some of my German demolition charges:
    -200 grams, original labels on both
    -1 Kilo, "real thing" and training version
    -3 kilos, 2 different ones
    -Z-patrone 37mm and 75mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmine35 View Post
    -Z-patrone 37mm and 75mm
    Very interesting to see the different charges. I like the barrel destruction charges.
    There was a 7.5cm charge and container sold on an auction site a few years ago.
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    Demo charges

    Nice items T Mine, are these hard to find ? UK Demo stores are hard to get, im after a Mk 1 Bangalore head and a 1 Ib guncotton charge tin, ive only seen one tin in 3 years,and never a Mk1 head. cheers,Tony.

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    Barrel destruction charges are available every now and them but the others quite rarily.

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    Here's the pre-war type of the german 3kg demolition charge
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    And here the late-war type, made of iron sheet instead of zinc
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    Thanks for this useful post. Here is another 1kg training version.

    Tony

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