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    British practice bombs

    Some ilustrations of small practice bombs used during and after WW2 by Britain and other commonwealth countries

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    Re:British practice bombs


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    Re:British practice bombs


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    Re:British practice bombs

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    Re:British practice bombs

    Hi, do anybody know what the colour is for these Practice bombs. AA

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    Re:British practice bombs

    the colour was off-white..
    This bomb design still exists with several
    modifications in the nose and tails section.

    Want one? (just pick it up, i won't send it by mail)
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    Re:British practice bombs

    I think they were whte with hazard bands ..e.g red band for flame(flash) green bands for smoke

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    Re:British practice bombs

    ok posted same time as dillo

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    Re:British practice bombs

    @Spott... No no no my friend, i was first

    The warning bands do not exist anymore.
    In the modern version there's a peephole
    in the tail section.

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    Re:British practice bombs

    Thanks guys for the info AA

 

 
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