WTS: WWII 75mm Pack Howitzer cutaway ammunition display

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WTS: WWII 75mm Pack Howitzer cutaway ammunition display

Postby armament » Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:48 pm

Original US WWII arsenal cutaway ammunition for the 75mm pack howitzer. Complete representation of all ammunition variants that were available for the pack howitzer. Display includes the following rounds:

1.) 75mm M48 High Explosive(HE) cutaway
2.) 75mm M64 White Phosphorous(WP) smoke cutaway
3.) 75mm M66 High Explosive Anti-Tank(HEAT) cutaway
4.) 75mm M19B1 Drill Cartridge

This extremely scarce ammunition display will be sold as a group only, no individual rounds are for sale. Price is $2000.

Thanks,
Marshall


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Re: WTS: WWII 75mm Pack Howitzer cutaway ammunition display

Postby Packhow75 » Wed Apr 20, 2011 5:23 am

Very nice display... alas I'm in England, so clearly no sale there.

Tim
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Re: WTS: WWII 75mm Pack Howitzer cutaway ammunition display

Postby armament » Wed Apr 20, 2011 11:38 am

Thanks Tim. You are correct, shipping these to England would not be possible.

The 75mm display has been sold, thank you Robert.

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