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  1. AR80 Japanese 75mm Type 41 Mountain Gun brass case

    Japanese 75mm Type 41 Mountain Gun brass case
    Japanese 75mm x 185mm brass case for Japanese 75mm Type 41 Mountain gun. No primer, completely inert. Nicely marked on base, completely original very interesting case from an important "enemy" weapon in World War Two. Very historically significant and displays well.
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    $85.00
  2. AR168 Japanese 75mm Type 41 Mountain Gun case

    Japanese 75mm Type 41 Mountain Gun case
    Japanese 75mm x 185mm brass case for Japanese 75mm Type 41 Mountain gun. Fired with primer, completely inert. Nicely marked on base, completely original very interesting case from an important "enemy" weapon in World War Two. Very historically significant and displays well.
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    $85.00
  3. G235 PIAT bomb black practice

    PIAT bomb black practice
    Very good condition, very nicely marked with fuze assembly present, empty and inert. Disassembles. Note the common bulge in the shaft showing the power of the launching charge.
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    $445.00
  4. G234 PIAT Bomb, Black practice

    PIAT Bomb, Black practice
    Very good condition, nicely marked. Fuze is present, empty and inert, but the collar that holds the fuze into the nose is missing and the nose has been distorted as shown in the photo. Fuze will still fit into the PIAT bomb for display. . Disassembles. Has shaped charge cone intact, head is weighted with plaster.
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    $395.00
  5. RPG-7 subcaliber device PUS-7

    RPG-7 subcaliber device PUS-7
    PUS-7 sub-calibre training round (Russian Federation). The PUS-7 (PUS-7) Pribor Utchebnoj Strelby-7 is a sub-calibre device for training RPG-7. The device replicates a standard PG-7 HEAT round. The rocket motor has been replaced with a firing assembly for a standard 7.62 × 39 mm tracer cartridge. Manufactured in Czech Republic and called the 7.62mm Vlozna hlaven 7A. Original condition. Representative photo, actual unit may vary slightly in condition from handling or she. Very interesting and collectable Cold War training aid from USSR and their allied countries. You must have a PAL for non-restricted firearms to purchase. Canada only.
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    $395.00
  6. RPG-7, with Israeli dummy training rocket

    RPG-7,  with Israeli dummy training rocket
    Bulgarian Arms Factory number 10 manufacture these launchers came through Israel, possible captured from Syria. Completely original RPG-7, deactivated as shown in photo. Comes with Israeli training rocket as shown. The rocket is totally inert with rubber head and has the two sections of propellant charge tubes. Very interesting collectable. Dummy round only available with launcher, will not separate.
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    $3,495.00
  7. Russian 45mm AT gun Round

    Russian 45mm AT gun Round
    Original Russian 45mm AT case, reused by Finland and so marked. No primer. Round contains original Russian HEAT projectile, empty and inert. Nicely marked. Fuze is a solid steel dummy that duplicates the shape and size of the original.
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    $125.00
  8. Shrapnel Balls, Lead

    Shrapnel Balls, Lead
    Lead shrapnel balls from 18 pdr projectile, .425 inch diameter, price per 10 balls
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    $5.00
  9. Subcaliber round for 3.5 inch Rocket Launcher

    Subcaliber round for 3.5 inch Rocket Launcher
    Used on the US M20 Super Bazooka, 3.5 inch rocket launcher which takes a subcaliber device that fires this practice round.
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    $35.00
  10. G219 Trench art/souvenir with German WWI Kugel grenade

    Trench art/souvenir with German WWI Kugel grenade
    A souvenir item made by French craftsmen after the war to sell to tourists and occupation troops. Base is a cut down 4.5 inch Howitzer casing marked 4.5 HOWR, 1916 dated and C broad arrow marked indicating Canadian use. On the sides of the case are 4 very nicely made French enameled medallions with the classic Gallic Rooster, the unofficial symbol of France. There is a British artillery fuze, broad arrow marked, 11/16 dated holding up the star of the show, a German WWI Kugelhangranate Model 1915 in VG+ condition. It appears to have been used as an ashtray. Quite an interesting collectable as it is but may be disassembled to salvage the individual parts, each one being collectable by themselves.
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    $345.00
  11. AR310 US 155mm Practice Projectile

    US 155mm Practice Projectile
    Original condition 155mm projectile for practice handling and loading. Some original black paint remaining with red paint band around body. Dummy fuze unscrews. Brass shoulder of projectile protects chamber from damage during repeated practice loadings. Base has hole with lip to facilitate drawing the projectile out of the chamber. 23 inches overall length (58.5cm).
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    $595.00
  12. AR302 US 37mm AP-T shot Anti Tank gun round

    US 37mm  AP-T shot Anti Tank gun round
    This US 37mm anti tank round is for the M3 gun, the first US dedicated anti-tank gun developed in 1940. The projectile is a fired M74 AP-T. The brass case is the 37 x 223R M16 case, without primer. Nicely marked base, 1942 dated. Completely inert.
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    $175.00
  13. AR286 US 37mm Hotchkiss round by Winchester

    US 37mm Hotchkiss round by Winchester
    19th Century round, headstamp dated 5-91, for the 37mm (1.5 inch) revolving cannon. Headstamp: Manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven, Conn, USA. 5-91. The projectile has a brass band around it that serves as the driving band and it is marked same as above but Hotchkiss Patent Nov. 14-76 is added. Empty and inert.
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    $195.00
  14. AR300 US 37mm M55A1 Practice Round

    US 37mm M55A1 Practice Round
    37mm x 145R (Rimmed case) WWII era practice round for Browning automatic aircraft cannon. Complete, inert, dummy fuze dated 1941, primer dated 1942. Copper driving band shows crossed cannons and faint model marking with date partially obscured as 194x. Shows wear and tear from use, some original blue paint still visible on projectile.
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    $125.00
  15. US M22 "Dragon" rocket launcher

    US M22 "Dragon" rocket launcher
    Original early Raytheon M222 "Dragon" missile launcher, tube only. Completely empty and inert. Fired, the rear foam pad is blown off. The front pad is intact as it was removed before firing. No optical sight is available. 1979 dated, this was one of the Cold War weapons that was going to blow away the tanks as the Russian horde advanced across Eastern Europe. Comes with Field Manual, laminated display information sheet and comes in its own original shipping crate. Great display item for advanced ordnance collector. Possibly the only one in private ownership in Canada.
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    $1,195.00
  16. G229 US Mk II training grenade

    US Mk II training grenade
    Mk II training grenade, RFX marked body. Empty and inert for display.
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    $95.00
  17. World War One French Lance Projector bomb

    World War One French Lance Projector bomb
    Rarest of the rare spigot mortar bomb used in trench warfare WWI from a pedestal mounted projector called the Lance Projector, or similar name probably in French. A complete example of this projector and bomb is currently on display in the little known private museum at Notre Dame de Lorette French National War Memorial and Cemetery. Bomb in original condition with propeller arming device at nose, missing one clip for nose cap. Original paint remaining. RARE
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    $595.00
  18. AR84 WW2 German Luftwaffe 30mm cannon shell

    WW2 German Luftwaffe 30mm cannon shell
    Hard to find WW2 30mm cannon shell. Developed by Rheinmetall-Borsig, for use in the heavy cannon MG 101 (MK 101), fitted to 'tankbusters' and German fighters late during WW2. Base is stamped aux 44 and an illegible number. Appears unfired but cooked off.
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    $95.00

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