WWII Trench Art - Cartridge Diplay - HD VIDEO

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    WWII Trench Art - Cartridge Diplay - HD VIDEO

    Thought you guys might like to take a look at a piece of WWII trench art I picked up a while ago, it offers a display of the small arms cartridges used during WWII as well as .50BMG and 20mm canon.

    Do you guys have any trench art you could share via pics or videos?

    Take a look here.

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    Are you saying that was made in the trenches or in the field during WW2 and not in somebodys garage after the war? All those rounds were used during Vietnam so is there something that dates that piece
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    "Trench art" is a generic phrase used to describe things troops made using bits and pieces of ordinance. The cartridges are all WWII, as confirmed by the head stamps on the rounds. The .45ACP are 1942, the .30-06 is 1941 and 1943, the .30 Carbine are 1943. The .50BMG are 1943. Can't get the canon shell off.

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