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Old 20-05-18, 07:06 AM
Mike B Mike B is offline
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Great that you are logging where you found each item - I imagine GPS is important to any relic hunter. I know some folks frown on metal detecting, but if done responsibly it must surely be a great aid to our understanding, and perhaps focus further exploration. A great collection, fascinating scope. Several Independent Companies and Commandos undertook guard duties / exercises on I of W - The eclectic mix of any buttons etc potentially lost could certainly cause confusion given some parent regiments would not be recorded as having served there.
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Old 24-05-18, 08:47 PM
Lazio Lazio is offline
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Larger and smaller NLV open back but no back marks. I have a spare larger if anyone is interested.
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