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A mini display on my bookshelf at my parents house. (College dorm RAs don't appreciate simulated high explosives) tell me what you think, I made most of it myself and would love to trade ideas for more.

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Alright, so we will be building the bridge on Lake......Aushwitz?- 1st Lt. Lenon (trying to read a Polish map)

The rim of the crater was a scene of utter desolation. In my boyish euphoria, I raised my M1 and roared “I claim this volcano for the United States of America!” Half in jest, yet aware of the significance of capturing a piece of Japanese homeland, I urinated into the crater. -Cpl. Robert A. Leader

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Hmm can't tell too much detail, will add pictures when I'm home

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Alright, so we will be building the bridge on Lake......Aushwitz?- 1st Lt. Lenon (trying to read a Polish map)

The rim of the crater was a scene of utter desolation. In my boyish euphoria, I raised my M1 and roared “I claim this volcano for the United States of America!” Half in jest, yet aware of the significance of capturing a piece of Japanese homeland, I urinated into the crater. -Cpl. Robert A. Leader

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10 cap blasting machine by white-rogers

Simulated electric blasting cap

Spool of simulated primaries

M2 waterproof fuselighter box (homemade)

Simulated M2 fuselighter

Wooden 10 blasting caps holder

Box of blasting cap protectors (homemade)

Box of 10 blasting caps (homemade)

Fm 5-25 (1942)

6 simulated blasting caps with 20 second fuse

Friction tape box (homemade) with (modern) friction tape inside

Simulated 30 second fused blasting cap with m1 fuse lighter

Fm 5-25 (1945)

3 two minute fused simulated blasting caps

Early style m2 blasting cap crimper

Booby trap wire

Simulated m1 fuse lighters

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Alright, so we will be building the bridge on Lake......Aushwitz?- 1st Lt. Lenon (trying to read a Polish map)

The rim of the crater was a scene of utter desolation. In my boyish euphoria, I raised my M1 and roared “I claim this volcano for the United States of America!” Half in jest, yet aware of the significance of capturing a piece of Japanese homeland, I urinated into the crater. -Cpl. Robert A. Leader

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Reproduction demolitions satchel w simulated m2 tetrytol

Simulated incendiary (termite) grenade

Simulated 1/2 pound TNT

Simulated mk II frag grenade (rfx painted w postwar fuse, spoon made to simulate ww2 style)

Simulated 1/2 pound C3 plastic explosive

Reproduction early war demo toolkit bag (wish I had the toolbox)

Simulated 3 stick bundle of m1 military dynamite w fuse

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donation2019.gif

 

Alright, so we will be building the bridge on Lake......Aushwitz?- 1st Lt. Lenon (trying to read a Polish map)

The rim of the crater was a scene of utter desolation. In my boyish euphoria, I raised my M1 and roared “I claim this volcano for the United States of America!” Half in jest, yet aware of the significance of capturing a piece of Japanese homeland, I urinated into the crater. -Cpl. Robert A. Leader

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