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Escapeguy

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  1. Thanks for the translation. I think these are probably way to small for a 75 mm shell. They only measure about 5/8" across at the threads and about 3/4" across at the end. Total length end to end about 1 1/4"
  2. I have a small cotton bag with Japanese characters and a pair of crossed cannons stamped on it. Inside were seven small bakelite threaded plugs. Picked up at an estate sale many years ago. I was told by the Seller these were a Vet pick up from Attu Island during WW2. Another buyer at the sale stated he thought they were protective plugs for Japanese antiaircraft rounds. They were removed and the fuses screwed in. Can anyone confirm that? They measure about 20mm at the widest point and about 33mm long. Thanks in advance for your help.
  3. Man what a memory!! Good job. Thanks very much.
  4. Hello everyone Odd pair of snow or sun goggles in a imitation leather pouch. Amber lenses. Can't be for desert as there is a built in gap between the facepiece and lenses. Side pieces are a metal screen. Any idea what country or use? Many thanks in advance.
  5. Thanks very much guys. Appreciate you taking the time to reply.
  6. Possible airborne badge. Possibly Asian. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  7. I think you nailed it. I don't see the waffenampt marking on it though. Did any other country use these? Many Thanks!
  8. Hello All Does this look familiar to anyone here? Reducing the photos makes it look shorter then it really is. Its actually about 7 3/4 inches long and 3 1/4 inches across the top. Stamped in a couple places B 90 S/42 Thanks in advance...
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