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    Re: heres something for you all

    A bit of a poor photo, but pretty sure that it is a SVT40 cleaning kit. At least it's identical to the one I got with mine.
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    Re: how did hitler die

    I think he died of natural causes in Brazil having escaped the Reichs bunker before the fall of Berlin and after killing his wife Eva Brun and his body double Clauss.

    :D

    (actually thats a joke...
  3. Re: Unusual german small arms and infantry weapons of world war ii.

    The bike's not a support for the gun, its just a rack to stow it while the rider is peddling. A push bike is actually a good, cheap way to move troops within a city and it sure beats walking.
  4. Re: Unusual german small arms and infantry weapons of world war ii.

    Comrade, who ever wrote that was full of it. Also the gun never finished the trials stage (scheduled to end in April/May 1945) and production was probably less than a hundred.

    You need to get...
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    Re: German SS outfit clothing

    If you don't re-enact what are you planning to do with the "SS outfit" or "German medic outfit"?

    (btw AFAIK German medics wore nothing different in uniform to other soldiers. To do so would make...
  6. Re: Unusual german small arms and infantry weapons of world war ii.

    Stop and think for a second. MGs are normally fired by one person. Either from the bi-pod, tripod or supported from the sling. Also German MGs were not ment to be accurate, they were intended to be...
  7. Re: Unusual german small arms and infantry weapons of world war ii.

    What is your source to this?

    Btw the MG.34 and MG.42 are man portable and can be "held by one man"
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    Nothing un-usual about this, can guns were a common gent's accessory around the turn of the century. Similar to ladies "Muff pistols" (the muff being a fur sleeve open at both ends that women wore in...
  9. Re: Unusual german small arms and infantry weapons of world war ii.

    ???

    Maybe we should see if SS Ouche-Vittes replies before continuing with such speculation.
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    And I'm pointing out what a useless example that is. The American army actually designed a grenade shaped like a baseball with the idea that "every American male" would be able to throw it.

    The...
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    Lets think about that for a moment; two comments that pop straight into my head are:
    1. Not every soldier is a "baseball pitcher"
    2. To throw a grenade like a "baseball pitcher" the soldier has to...
  12. Re: Unusual german small arms and infantry weapons of world war ii.

    I am continually astounded at how many people take that 'donkey faust' photo as a serious weapon and not a practical joke done by bored soldiers with too much time on their hands.

    As for the hand...
  13. Thread: What is this?

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    Re: What is this?

    It's a multi-barreled rocket launcher designed to be an anti-aircraft system. Probably never made it beyond the proto-type stage. However I have seen a period photo of one in the rubble of Berlin...
  14. Thread: M1 carbine

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    Re: M1 carbine

    You're wrong. The M1 carbine uses magazines not clips, the M1 Garand uses a clip. Also it shoots bullets not bananas so I don't know why they would issue a clip of banana's to soldiers during the...
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    Re: M1 carbine

    o.O Where did that come from? Tha Axis History Forums is one of the best sources of discussion on WWII on the web!

    They most difinatly do not use ebay as an "informative site", what you are seeing...
  16. Thread: M1 carbine

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    Re: M1 carbine

    The Germans liked them enough to use them instead of their Kar98k's. Theres a couple of period photos of German soldiers using M1 carbines. I've yet to see a combat photo of a German using a M1...
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    Re: The Russo-Finnish War

    You know, I tried not to get drawn into a debate I have only a passing knowledge of (from reading many similar debates between Russians, Finns and even Communist Fins) but I still got pulled in. I...
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    Re: The Russo-Finnish War

    Really! Are you sure? No, really?!
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    The truth is we will never know because the Soviets attacked Finland. But on the face of it why should we disbelieve it? After all Sweden, Portugal,...
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    Re: The Russo-Finnish War

    I mostly have a passing interest in the politics of these conflicts so I could be off the mark, but I'm pretty sure that because of the MRP, Germany turned a blind eye towards the Soviet invasion of...
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    Re: The Russo-Finnish War

    I'm not an expert on the legal niceities of international law, but the written/signed agreement Germany and the Soviet Union had agreeing to attack and carve up Poland was pretty formal.

    That...
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    Re: The Russo-Finnish War

    Finland never was a formal ally of Germany, it was more an arrangement of convienance. This enabled the Finns to walk a very thin tightrope and keep their country at the end of the Continuation War.
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    Re: The Russo-Finnish War

    Don't confuse machineguns with sub-machineguns. They are completely different weapons with different application. During the Winter War the Soviets had plenty of the excellent DP-27 LMG and venerable...
  23. Re: Why did the Soviet Army not design, build and use Armored Personnel Carriers?

    The Soviets also received a number of British Bren Gun carriers, equiped with Brens and Boys anti-tank rifles. While some definatly saw frontline service, I suspect most were used behind lines as...
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    While I am happy with NZ laws for the most part,...

    While I am happy with NZ laws for the most part, the problem with the anti's is that they keep pushing for more and more restrictions (this applies for the UK, USA, Oz, Canada, NZ etc).

    The only...
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    Actually we do get the odd Australian gun control...

    Actually we do get the odd Australian gun control refugee :D Which actually suits me better than all those hippie Europeans we got because of our "Nuclear Free" stance. But what would really attract...
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