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I have added a few pieces to my medium and small caliber display. 
Added the 76mm APC Sherman round, .60/.50, 37mm 1916, and 105mm M1 tank penetrator projectile. Posted for those interested.AAAD6939-6B6F-4EB3-A332-DEFF9A1EAFB9.jpeg.63d9ab634a15c1097ed2053f200e6d6a.jpeg

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Persian Gulf Command

Yes, very nice display of important examples of WW2 ordnance and successive generations of development. 

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Charlie Flick

Most impressive!

 

Charlie

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Very nice collection. What is the projectile in front of the bazooka round and the super bazooka round.

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Awesome collection, wow! Thanks for posting it.

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42 minutes ago, sundance said:

Very nice collection. What is the projectile in front of the bazooka round and the super bazooka round.

The early M1 tank 105mm kinetic energy dart. I forgot the “ M” designation. Look at my picture below, the dart projectile in front lower right,( a range pick up)complete 71C31DAA-1D5E-4518-9D5C-1EF30A4D814B.jpeg.164dd0b29c3344bff6686296a9ee0968.jpegwith blue pedals. Behind it with the black dart is a complete dummy loading round.

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When I say dart, the designation is “ APFSDS-T”. Armor Piercing, Fin Stabilized, Discarding Sabot-Tracer. It travels about 4,700 FPS.

 

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M24 Chaffee

Great collection and display! I love the tank stuff!

 

Frank

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