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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2004 23:24 pm 
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I've seen black, silver and a brass colour. Are they all correct for WW2?
If not which are best and who has them, I need about 12.


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Stig mate, try this guy, Dave Cooper:

Email: davercooper@antique-armoury.freeserve.co.uk

Web: www.antiquearmoury.co.uk

I just got 60 inert 7.92 rounds and 12 brass strips from him. The originals came in brass, steel and that black parkerized finish too, but I think Dave just has brass.

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I have loads if anyone is Interested. 5 for a £1

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