I have a variety of larger than .50BMG. Starting with:
1. German 13 mm Aircraft Cannon
2. .55 Boys
3. 14.5 x 114mm Russian
4. 15mm German Aircraft Cannon
5. a variety of 20mm rounds
6. 25mm Type 96 Japanese
7. 25 x 137mm (M242 Bushmaster Cannon)
5. 30 x 113mm (M230 Chain Gun)
6. 30 x 173mm (GAU-
7. 40mm L60 Bofors
8. 40mm L/70 Bofors
9. 57mm Recoilless Rifle
10. 75mm (for M# Gun from a Sherman Tank)
11. 90mm (for the M26 Pershing)
12. 105mm (for the L7 Gun)
13. 81mm Mortar
I have never harvested an animal but I have KILLED QUITE A FEW !
everybody has a plan until they get hit in the mouth,,mike Tyson,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
We took the Grandkids to the Nimitz mesuem In Fredricksburg Tx, 10 yrs ago the boy saw some 16" Naval shells he thought they were bombs, he has since been on a battleship.
What this country needs is a department of common sense! The tree of liberty would be a great place for hang mans ropes!
Team 22 Magnum # 46 Team Old Pharts # 235 Team Wheel gun # 74 Team 22 bolt action # 5 Team 60 # 511
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I have..INERT.WW2 .40 mm naval antiaircraft round with all 3 pieces marked 41, 42 & 43.
20mm training grenades.
And ..INERT...2- M2A1 1950s mustard gas mortars. I found a heavy mortar collector site and bought ( not correct) inert fuses for display. But they look cool! Got 1 shell powder coated olive green. Still working on making them pretty. They are impressive. Got them from a local certified military salvage specialist. She could not sell them, so I did some trading for them.
I've got an inert 155 mm projectile.
Marlin 39A Mountie, 1960
Marlin 336 TEXAN .35 Rem, 1960
CMP Springfield Armory M1 Garand, 1943
The projectiles from the Iowa Class battleships are the biggest rounds I've stood next to. Very impressive indeed!
Team 375 #103, Team 32 Special #97, Team 30-30 #768, Team 45-70 #1431, Team 35 #433, Team Glenfield #70, Team Mitchell #59
Retired Army, Light Infantry (20 years) - 1986-1990, 1997-2013, Team .375 Captain, Team Glenfield Co-Captain
105mm Howitzer shell (and that's a lot of brass).