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    Going to be posting up some cool pictures I have been coming across here over the next few weeks.

    Before I started studying rifles I actually studied more about Panzer and American tanks used in the Second World War so if I come across some cool pictures I usually buy them.

    The coolest picture I have in this lot are the stacked rifles next to the German soldiers taking a rest. I think they are either VZ-24 rifles or G.12/34 carbines. Either way a neat picture regardless.
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    Great pics

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    Nice. I collect pics as well. I have a few panzers, but my thing is for motorcycles. A couple of my pics have panzers and motorcycles in them. I will try to post a few when I get the time.
    Thanks for sharing your cool pics with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior1354 View Post
    The coolest picture I have in this lot are the stacked rifles next to the German soldiers taking a rest. I think they are either VZ-24 rifles or G.12/34 carbines. Either way a neat picture regardless.
    Interesting that at Fort Benning we were taught that exact stacking technique but with M16A1 rifles. Thanks for sharing those photos. I really enjoy them.
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    Cool pictures Jordan! They look like 24’s given the straight bolts. Recently found a bunch of cool BW rifle pictures online, the 24’s were definitely heavily used from the shear number of pictures that turn up, thanks for posting them!

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    Thanks and I'm not done yet have many more I'm going to be posting up over the next few weeks.
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    Some more armor pictures:

    1. Panzer I most likly a picture taken during training

    2. Panzer III on a street corner has "Deutsche Panzer auf dem Vormarsch in Frkr" written on the back it

    3. Panzer III moving down a street in Russia

    4. Panzer III with a disabled track, luckily their not having to fix this track while taking fire.

    5. Panzer IV on train cars most likely being sent to the front somewhere

    6. A disabled Russian T-26 being look at by German soldiers

    7. Flak Half track crew

    8. Panzer IV crew
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    Those are some nice tank pics. Love the halftrack pic.
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    This picture came in and I really like it mainly because it's from the Afrika Corps. Has information and descriptions on the back of it in German. I also got a picture of a me109 having maintenance work done on it. This picture also has a description in German on the back of it.
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    Default Cool pics

    Nice to see unseen pics.

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