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    Rocket ID

    Hello,

    I found this picture on a spanish website.
    Maybe I missed something but I don't recognize this circular fins on a 2.36in rocket.

    Regards

    46CM.jpg
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    60 mm rocket F.N.T. M-48. A Spanish copy of the 2.36in bazooka.

    Cohete_60mm_02.jpg

    Anyway, what is that Spanish website? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajarito View Post
    60 mm rocket F.N.T. M-48. A Spanish copy of the 2.36in bazooka.

    Cohete_60mm_02.jpg

    Anyway, what is that Spanish website? Thanks
    Thank you for this ID.
    Sorry I lost the link (found with google image)
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