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    I have never seen projectiles like the yellow ones on the right. What is their function? Really cool additions!


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    French WW2 37mm H.E. rounds. The smaller being for tankgun iirc. The larger one next to the 3in. Is 47mm H.E. for AT gun.
    Last edited by pzgr40/42; 11th January 2019 at 12:05 PM.

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    Got a little confession ,having sorted through my spare cases before Christmas I decided it was a shame the chances of getting projectiles for most were in the region of nil , I bought these replicas from the French company Milcorem, so all the above are resin .First picture ,left to right ,US M4 ,37 x145R case,M54 H.E head ,US M16 ,37mm x222R,M63 H.E head,Jap Type 94 37mm ,H.E head,French 37mm x 278R model 1925 Fortress Gun ,Mle 38 H.E head,French 37mm x145R ,Mle35 H.E tank round
    Pictures 2 and 3 ,US 3" x541R ,M62 APC head and French 47mm x380R ,Mle 38 H.E. Sorry to disappoint .
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