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    It looks a bit like the SETH projectiles, in which case it is likely a reworked M110 made to simulate an M121. There are a thousand of those for every actual M121/T77, and most cannot tell the difference. Many were marked (as this one, black on bronze) and may have the designation for the round it is simulating. I've talked to many people telling me that they had a CW projo that in fact had a SETH.
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    Jack had a quantity of the bronze ones that were stamped M121 or the T number. Some had been sawcut and others had two 1-1/2 inch holes torchcut in the ogive. He had M110 projos too. The torchcut ones had the nose seal unscrewed. There were also dummy bursters and supp charges.
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    Any chance of a better pic of the 120mm HEAT-TP in the backround there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceinvader View Post
    Any chance of a better pic of the 120mm HEAT-TP in the backround there?
    Sure: http://www.bocn.co.uk/vbforum/thread...ighlight=120mm. I made the combustionable case with cardboard, fiberglass and epoxy. Here are some more pics. I posted pics of the case step by step but could not find it.
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    That is awesome, I am in the (slow) process of making one myself, but out of wood. I wonder if your method would have been easier however I have seen someone else make them from wood too, so I know it works.

    Very nicely done!

 

 
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