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3029
Australia: C.1970s- 80s WINCHESTER SHOTGUN SHELL SHOP DISPLAY BOARD. 57 x 42cm white plastic display 15 different shotgun shells including field loads for duck, quail, xpert, ranger, rabbit, gunpowder, super X and buck shot. Target loads including AA series and Skeet. Five different stages of case forming, primer manufacture stages and brass head forming stages. There is also a clear example of a complete shot shell and various clear tubes containing different size shot. All cartridges are inert (not live) but crimped ends giving the appearance of a live rounds for display. All framed in a brown stained rustic timber frame, the backing unfortunately only cardboard. This is a great display piece and would be going 'Straight to the pool room' or bar. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
3030
Australia: OUTER TRAVEL CANNISTER FOR 'L314 SIGNAL ILLUMINATION GROUND GREEN STAR CLUSTER M125A1'. No contents. All denomination writing intact. Inert item. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
3031
Australia: BRACKET FOR SURFACE TRIP FLARE M49A1. Near new. Unused. Grade II
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
3032
Great Britain: BOOBY TRAP FIRING DEVICE. Percussion igniter Mk3. Dated 1951. First developed for SOE use in WW2. C/w two rolls of trip wire. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
3033
Russia: WW2 A RARE KATYUSHA M-31 ROCKET. Heavy gauge steel, repainted in correct matt black. Tail section and H/E head of the Model-31. Very large item standing at approx 150cm tall and of heavy weight. Road freight or pick up only. Inert. Rare. Katyusha multiple rocket launcher were built and fielded by the Soviet Union in World War II. (1939-1944 production). Multiple rocket launchers such as these deliver a devastating amount of explosives to a target area more quickly than conventional artillery but with lower accuracy and requiring a longer time to reload. They are fragile compared to artillery guns but are inexpensive and easy to produce. Katyushas of World War II the first self- propelled artillery mass-produced by the Soviet Union, were usually mounted on trucks. The distinctive howling sound of the rocket launching terrified the German troops and could be used for psychological warfare. The rocket's devastating destruction also helped to lower the morale of the German army. Grade II
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
3034
USA: WW2 SIGNAL FLARE (AIRCRAFT). Red Star parachute M11. 1942 also used by Australian RAAF aircrew. Complete but made inert. Has attached paper label "American parachute flare US Army Air Corp. Milne Bay 1942." Scarce. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
3035
USA: WW2 US ARMY 1/2 POUND WEIGHT TNT DEMOLITION CHARGE. Card /tin package only (No contents) inert. Rust to either end. Extremely hard find. Grade III+ (P)
 SOLD at A$120
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