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Old 03-21-2017, 02:56 PM
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Found this on another forum I belong too INTERESTING wanted to pass it on
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There's lots of youtube videos from eastern Europe and Russia about people with metal detectors digging around old battlefields. Pretty common to see rusty stg44s, K98s etc. They pull old tanks out of swamps. You can spend a lot of time watching this stuff.
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Very interesting, thanks..
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Wow, that was fascinating!
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Interesting reading, thanks. Very eye opening all the diff ways material was disposed of from the battlefields.
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Very interesting.
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Interesting the Germans and the Becker guy were repurposing materials way before anyone else considered it on that scale.
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