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I decided to display my M1917 Ammunition Cart and M1 Wheeled Machine Gun Mount at today's gun show. This is the first time I have displayed either one of them and I must say I think they look good together.

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You are right, they look very nice!

Interested in Signal Corps Photographer Items (Uniforms, Equipment, Paperwork, Insignia)



In search of: PH-330A or A-4 35mm "Eyemo" camera



Reenactor - 165th Signal Photographic Company and 104th Infantry Division

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Terrific display. post-164190-0-14230600-1515899700.gifpost-164190-0-14230600-1515899700.gifpost-164190-0-14230600-1515899700.gifpost-164190-0-14230600-1515899700.gifpost-164190-0-14230600-1515899700.gif

"Whoever stood in front of the corn field at Antietam needs no praise." . . . . . Rufus R. Dawes, 6th Wisconsin.

 

 

Seeking the unit history of Company D, 321st Machine Gun Battalion, 82nd Division.

 

Looking to purchase the nine volume set WAR DIARIES OF GERMAN UNITS OPPOSED TO THE SECOND DIVISION (REGULAR).

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Amazing....thanks for showing!

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A1C Matthew Seidler, Delta Company, 466th EOD killed in action. 05 Jan 12 at 1600L while conducting mounted route clearance patrols in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He turned 24 two days before his death. Cousin, Soldier, Hero.

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Very nice display. Unfortunately it reminds me I have a 1917A1 tripod in storage that I still have to restore. :)

The only water cooled guns I have with "wheels" are a couple of Russian Maxims.

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Looking for original photos and other items from the First World War US 77th Infantry Division.

Also interested in BAR and M1917A1 BMG related items.

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I decided to display my M1917 Ammunition Cart and M1 Wheeled Machine Gun Mount at today's gun show. This is the first time I have displayed either one of them and I must say I think they look good together.

I don't think they look good together at all. They look fantastic!

 

Mikie

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