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  1. Excellent. This is just what I was looking for. Thank you for your help.
  2. My father served in the antiaircraft command during WW2 and was in the Pacific Theater during the Ryukyus campaign on Okinawa Shima. I have quite a few of his medals and patches, but I am missing ones that I know he was awarded from documentation I received from the National Personnel Records Center. These include the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal and ribbon, Bronze Star, Victory Medal and American Theater Ribbon. Will the US government reissue these medals or is the best I can do is buy some reproductions? Thanks alot guys.
  3. Excellent looking belts Gentlemen. I am envious.
  4. WD-40 sprayed into the primer will destroy the primer. I would invest in a $25 bullet puller as was mentioned above. They work well. Or you could do what Oldfireguy suggests. Leave them intact and don't let anybody play with them. The will be fine.
  5. Does anybody have any experience with this company? Thanks! http://jjmilitaryantiques.com/default.asp
  6. http://shrapneldude.webs.com/
  7. Here is the hyperlink for those interested. http://www.fallscreekcollectibles.com/
  8. There are a number of experts on this forum. http://www.sassnet.com/forums/ Sixgun Shorty is one that comes to mind. If you really want to know a ball park value, you will need to post some pictures as value is almost always dependent on the condition of the gun. Aspects such as matching serial numbers, grip condition, bore condition, and finish condition are important. If the owner of the gun has no serial number that likely means the gun is not in very good shape. Keep in mind that serial numbers are often located in several spots on most firearms including colts. For th
  9. Artu simply suggested he remove it for the pictures as long as this does not violate local laws. The rest of the time he can keep the plug in. Nobody suggested he roam around town with the thing.
  10. That explains the date issue on the ammo boxes. Thank you for sharing pictures of your collection bayonetman.
  11. I would love to find 45 cal ammo for the M1911 dated in the range of WW1. If any of you have any sources please let me know. Vettepartz and Dirt Detective, It would appear that not all the military ammo was date stamped so plainly as yours are. You are fortunate to have come across these for your collections. Thank you for posting them.
  12. If you come across your list of lot number and associated dates I would appreciate it if you could post it. Thank you for the information.
  13. Whew!! Thanks for your input. I probably should have started a new thread about mine.
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