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Been working on an early display piece for awhile.  Any suggestions or additions would be appreciated,  thx 

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Mr.Jerry

Very nice!

Since you are doing so early of an example- would that face mask thing they wore be appropriate?

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Brian Keith

Super display! Just curious, if for whatever reason, an EOD/Bomb Squad person would come across those rockets, is there anything indicating they are inert? Of course, that is assuming on my part that they are inert!

Look just beautiful!

Thanks for posting your excellent exhibit!

BKW

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Persian Gulf Command

I have more or less the same question.  How do you know/tell that these actual M1 "Bazooka" rockets are inert?

 

Another question, do you have photos of the rockets before they were re-painted?

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T Ambrosini

Those look great!  Maybe add the applicable field and/or technical manuals?

Tom

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Very nice looking display!

 

I'm also curious on how you were able to tell they are inert? Here's how I would probably do it.. ;D 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Brian Keith said:

Super display! Just curious, if for whatever reason, an EOD/Bomb Squad person would come across those rockets, is there anything indicating they are inert? Of course, that is assuming on my part that they are inert!

Look just beautiful!

Thanks for posting your excellent exhibit!

BKW

No worries, just pick them up, the weight alone should tell all.

 

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My reply was not posted to well. Any EOD man ( competent) picking one up would feel the weight, and balance. If overly concerned ( which seems the rule of today) simply print off red EOD inert stickers and tape them on....a purist does not want to ink on inert, I can find a few EOD inert examples if needed.

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