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    German incendiary

    Hi chaps,
    here is a couple of shots of my latest sectioned item.


    waff.

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    Re:German incendiary

    close up.

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    Re:German incendiary

    Nice set of tails with markings..

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    Re:German incendiary

    closer still...

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    Re:German incendiary

    Question..Should i pin the tail back on with small brass tacks or should i transplant the pins from some relic tails i bought a while ago??

    cheers

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    Re:German incendiary

    Transplant with the small Original split pins,,Thats a really nice cutaway waff,i had a go at that one of mine ,its a wreck the insides are all burnt and melted together

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


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    Re:German incendiary

    Thanks for the info and compliment spotter!
    It was a risk as the incendiary was the best of the bunch i had.

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    Re:German incendiary

    Sorry to hear that yours was melted as it looked a good one when i saw it?

    w.

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    Re:German incendiary

    Heres the sorry state of mine once cut open,you can see where its burnt and bubbled the insides,,now a piece of scrap :angry:

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    Re:German incendiary

    Oooh!,nasty.

    Anything salvage-able?

    waff

 

 
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