Discussion in 'Battlefield Relics' started by Commissioner, Nov 8, 2014.
Can anyone tell me what this is? I've never seen anything like it.
Here's some pictures
Some new dimensions arrived .....
And Illustrative image ... how such equipment is transported in the mountains ... hahahhaahah
Latest high in the mountains I came across the remains of RSO and 2 cm Fliegerabwehrkanone 38.
Always a pleasure to read about your finds and see your pictures.
Last of the most interesting things in my collection appeared to Soviet Katyusha missile BM-13 and Soviet air force bomb, year 1941, the body of iron, a small gauge cannons bomb type of AO-2.5.
Total length of about 40 cm, the weight of the total of about 3 kg, the explosive of about 1 kg.
Iron air igniter AM-A in 1940.
And the Austro-Hungarian the buckle of the First World War, known in our new Hungary.
Of course, everything SAFE AND LAWFUL.
Austro-Hungarian...that alone tells you that is a classic buckle , IMO.....I've never read much on that subject...
Several new finds.
Such an interesting hobby you've got there friend. And the items ofc.
Given that in Poland there is no winter, it ventured into the higher mountains kick.
In the mountains but it turned out that the above is a little snow and frost, then took a few pictures views.
And such things Christmas and New Year I found.
what do you mean by no winter? no snow? by the way my maternal relatives were Polish....Poland does not get enough attention here on WW2F....as it was caught between the 2 big powers.....
There's no snow in Croatia too. It's so strange for this time of the year. Awesome pictures btw.
Nice to have you back here commissioner. I suppose you'll get some snow in February . If not your ski resorts will suffer from touist desertification. The good thing is that you'll be able to do some extra relic diggings.