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 Post subject: Re: Something different
PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 2:31 am 
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super info 30th cammo thanks. i think the m1a1 is the one im after.

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 Post subject: Re: Something different
PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2008 21:53 pm 
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The M1A1 bazooka was actually adopted in July 1943 so M1A1s weren't used in North Africa as the war ended there in middle May 1943. So it wouldn't be correct to portray one there unfortunately. M1s only. M1A1s Sicily onwards. :?


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If anyone is interested in one of our replicas, contact us off of this link: http://www.lboe.com/Bazookas.htm

Please note that we have recently upgraded our offering by using black walnut for the stocks and handgrips - see the pictures here: http://www.lboe.com/ReplicaBazookasRocketsPictures.htm

Several have been shipped to reenactors in Great Britain, Germany, and France. If there are any restrictions on these, it was not known to the associated customs offices that let these go through...

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 15:55 pm 
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uziman the replicas you have posted i have seen on the What Price glory website and look fantastic, i think they were mentioned earlier on in this post actually 'cant remember' Do they come with repro rockets?

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2nd and 4th Field Squadrons Royal Engineers, 7th Armoured Division 1941 - 1943

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 6:02 am 
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Hello all. They do not come with replica rockets - that might be something I can offer at some point in the future. I am working on a few other ordnance projects right now, but the rockets are on my list...

BTW - Rob Lihani makes some GREAT looking rocket tubes - I saw them on Ebay tonight (Item number: 320330775122); none better in my opinion.

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Are there any good sources for repro rocket rounds?

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Are there any good sources for re pro cardboard tubes


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http://www.serviceofsupply.com/ReproWeaponsAmmo.htm

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