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  1. Ejection Seat Cartridge

    Ejection Seat Cartridge
    Used on military aircraft. There were two cartridges, primary and secondary that caused the ejection seat to function. This specimen is faintly marked and is a Primary. All explosive has been removed and it is empty and inert.
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    $30.00
  2. AR346 ENTAC MGM-32A

    ENTAC MGM-32A
    Warhead for ENTAC MCLOS (Manual Command Line of Sight) wire guided anti-tank missle used by Canada in the early 1960’s. This specimen is empty and inert marked for DISPLAY only. Nose fuze removed, rocket engine removed, only the shaped charge warhead section remains. Empty and inert. A very interesting Cold War collectable with Canadian vintage.
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    $125.00
  3. Falcon Aim 4D Air to Air Missile

    Falcon Aim 4D Air to Air Missile
    Superb example of Cold War air to air missile designed to shoot down Soviet long range bombers. This exact model is on display at the Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbour. Very researchable. Excellent condition. Completely empty and inert display item only. One of a kind.
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    $2,995.00
  4. AR327 Finnish 55 S 55 round, tail end only

    Finnish 55 S 55 round, tail end only
    In the 1950's the Finns used an all steel recoiless anti tank weapon similar to that of many European countries. We brought a number of these to Canada and they are all sold out. At the time we asked for some inert rounds, and the Finnish military disposal department in their wisdom cut the tail end off ONE round and that is what they sent us. So here it is for sale.
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    $35.00
  5. AR210 Fuze (fuze) 119B for 25 pounder and other projectiles

    Fuze (fuze) 119B for 25 pounder and other projectiles
    British (UK) design WW TWO Direct Action or Graze fuze used with 25 pdr and 5.5 inch artillery shells. Inert and empty of all energetic substances. Components as shown in photo.
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    $165.00
  6. AR392 Fuze, cutaway, Canadian made WW One

    Fuze, cutaway, Canadian made WW One
    Canadian made fuze for World War One munitions, either 18 pdr or 4.5 inch round. Manufactured by Russel Motor Car Company and R.M.C.C. marked. Cutaway for instructional or salesman’s sample purposes. Unfortunately the area cutaway may have contained the fuze model number as it is otherwise unmarked. Piece of cello tape holds part of the firing mechanism in position. Empty and inert.
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    $195.00
  7. AR313 German 15cm (150mm) HE Naval projectile

    German 15cm (150mm) HE Naval projectile
    Great condition, original German WWII projectile with all stenciling. Sprenggranate means high explosive shell. The 15cm calibre was used on German cruisers and as secondary armament on larger ships. Copper driving bands, never fired. Base fuzed and removable. Nose of projectile is solid steel. Base is partially marked with Kriegsmarine eagle. 25 inches overall length (63.5cm). Empty and inert. Very heavy. This is suitable for a museum piece.
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    $1,195.00
  8. AR314 German 15cm (150mm) HE projectile

    German 15cm (150mm) HE projectile
    Great condition, original German WWII projectile with all stenciling. Sprenggranate means high explosive shell. The 15cm calibre was used on German cruisers and as secondary armament on larger vessels. Copper driving bands, never fired. Base fuzed but we have not been able to remove it. Nose of projectile unscrews. Base is partially marked with Kriegsmarine eagle. 26 3/4 inches overall length (68cm). Empty and inert. Very heavy. Very rare. This is a museum piece.
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    $1,195.00
  9. AR349 German 7.7cm brass Case 1917 dated

    German 7.7cm brass Case 1917 dated
    Very interesting original German World War One brass case for the main artillery piece the 7.7cm (77mm) field cannon. This case is complete and full length 77 x 230mm, with primer, empty and completely inert. Dated April1917. Uncleaned, very good original condition.
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    $95.00
  10. AR171 German Concrete Stock Mine with igniter

    German Concrete Stock Mine with igniter
    The stock mine (Stok Mijn in German) although primarily made from concrete was impregnated with bits of metal, it used a 100gm charge which was ignited by a zz35 or zz42 igniter and usually set off with a trip wire. Other igniters and modes of detonation can be found with these but the previous is the most commonly found set up. This specimen has much of the original desert tan paint remaining and is supplied with a ZZ35 pull igniter, completely empty and inert. Very unusual artifact from WWII and completely original.
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    $135.00
  11. AR222 German S43 Anti Tank Mine

    German S43 Anti Tank Mine
    This is a restoration of an original S43 anti tank mine. The upper metal portion including the handle appear to be original condition with much corrosion, as would be expected. The lower appears to have been fabricated and has a wooden insert into which two "anti-tamper" fuzes have been screwed. Although a valiant effort, the structure of this restoration is incorrect. The fuzes should have screwed into the ends and the holes on the side are lifting holes. Nevertheless the top is original and nicely marked with original sand coloured desert tan paint and stenciling remaining. A very uncommon item, even though the Germans employed thousands of these in North Africa.
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    $295.00
  12. G163 German WW ONE Granatenwerfer 16 mortar bomb

    German WW ONE Granatenwerfer 16 mortar bomb
    Austrian developed round for the Granatenwerfer 16. Also called the Priestwerfer or Taube grenade. Heavily segmented body and high fragmentation of this weapon produced many casualties in WWI. This specimen is guaranteed original, in VG condition, restored by repainting.
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    $495.00
  13. AR306 German WWI 7.7cm brass case 1917 dated

    German WWI 7.7cm brass case 1917 dated
    Very interesting original German World War One brass case for the main artillery piece the 7.7cm (77mm) field cannon. This case is complete and full length 77 x 230mm, with primer, empty and completely inert. Dated March 1917. Uncleaned, very good original condition.
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    $95.00
  14. AR283 German WWI Brass shell case 105 x 505 rimmed

    German WWI Brass shell case 105 x 505 rimmed
    This was used with all three of the main German 105mm field guns during WW1 and into the 3rd Reich era. This case is in very good condition, with sharp headstamp markings:Karth./88, JAN 1915, WAFFENFABRIK KARLSRUHE. Crown over Ke/11/Ad/Slg. No primer. Case has been varnished long ago and free from any significant dents or dings. An important German WW1 artillery artifact.
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    $275.00
  15. German WWII ANZ-29 Friction pull type igniter

    German WWII ANZ-29 Friction pull type igniter
    German WWII era pull type (trip wire) igniter used to ignite a detonator, which in turn fires a Tellermine, Smoke Candle or prepared charges. Very interesting item brass construction, marked with Waffenamt stamp on each one. Inert. Pictured igniter has been cleaned up for illustrative purposes. The ones shipping will be similar to last photo, representative photo.
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    $15.00
  16. German WWII Panzerschreck 88mm Anti Tank Weapon - ORIGINAL

    German WWII Panzerschreck 88mm Anti Tank Weapon - ORIGINAL
    RARE, original and complete German WWII Panzerschreck. One only. This 88mm anti tank weapon was copied from the US Bazooka series to fire a fin stabalized shaped charge projectile. The large blast shield protected the firer from rocket motor gases while he aimed through a small pane of glass in the shield. Each launcher was issued with 2 panes of glass, one in the aiming window and a spare kept in a compartment on the shield. Both glass are present. A magneto firing handle generated the small electrical charge to fire the rocket. This RARE specimen has original German Tunisian Campaign desert tan paint with a fine patina of dry rust on all parts. The shield is Nazi marked with stencilled Eagle as shown in photographs. There is a fine mist of what appears to be white paint overspray on the top of the tube. This is shown in one close up photo. Original cloth sling is broken and retied Extremely uncommon to find a Panzerschrek, let alone one that has not been altered or repainted in some way. For sale in Canada. Export purchasers contact us by e-mail to discuss what you need.
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    $10,995.00
  17. German WWII Zunderbusche bakelite fuze (fuse) container

    German WWII Zunderbusche bakelite fuze (fuse) container
    Original bakelite material fuze container dated 1938 inside lid and nicely marked Zunderbusche, also part number and inspection code. VG original condition.
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    $65.00
  18. German WWII ZuZZ35 igniter

    German WWII ZuZZ35 igniter
    German WW TWO pull type trip wire igniter used on mines or booby traps. Marked with maker code. Original item. Completely inert. Representative photo, no selection. Completeness varies slightly Price is for one igniter.
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    $15.00
  19. AR383 Heller Rocket

    Heller Rocket
    Canadian produced Anti-Tank weapon during the Cold War period from mid 1950's to late 1960's. Very uncommon to find anything related to this weapon system. The rocket is 3.2 inches diameter, 27 inches in length, no propellant or motor present. This is the practice version painted blue with some markings remaining. Empty and inert. Does not disassemble.
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    $395.00
  20. AR320 Heller Rocket

    Heller Rocket
    Canadian produced Anti-Tank weapon during the Cold War period from mid 1950's to late 1960's. Very uncommon to find anything related to this weapon system. The rocket is 3.2 inches diameter, 27 inches in length, no propellant or motor present. This is the practice version that would have been painted blue but no traces of blue paint remaining. Almost no markings, what there is shown in photo. Empty and inert. Does not disassemble.
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    $395.00

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