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    Found a Law's

    Buddy of mine called and asked if I wanted to clean out some junk brass and other crap from a warehouse they're getting ready to demolish. Didn't have anything pressing so figured why not. Crappy brass I see alot of. My jaw nearly fell off when these came out of a box :






    Not that this isn't epic in and off itself, but, there's still three bins of crud in this unit to tip and then another 15 or 20k sq/ft to clean so there might be more wild stuff to come. Enjoy the pics. And if anyone has a link to a rebuild guide post it up please.

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    VERY cool...would this be a civilian warehouse ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    VERY cool...would this be a civilian warehouse ?
    Don't you be getting any ideas.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennymo View Post
    Don't you be getting any ideas.....
    Oh...let's not mince words. How much for one of the empty launchers....errrrrrr..... tubes ??!?!?! Now...all I have to do is figure out how I'm going to convince her that it would look good over the fireplace.
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    That's awesome! Can't wait to see if you dig up other goodies

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    Ya, it's a civilian warehouse. My best guess would be that it's only a mile or 2 down the road from where I found a truck load of 20MM stuff last year, so this might be another movie prop outfit that just left behind what they thought was junk instead of paying to haul it away. Total haul was 2 of the 105's, this one has much better markings, 4 of the rusty 90's ( looks like they should clean up nicely ), the Law's, and a pair of steel ammo tubes which were to boring to post the pics up. I'm 99% sure I saw 2 or 3 more of the tubes a bit further back so the party still has a few more songs to play I'm betting.

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    Unbelievable! Post more pics if you find more cool stuff. Those tubes should be worth a few bucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksmithden View Post
    VERY cool...would this be a civilian warehouse ?
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    Ya, these things are getting harder to come by, but at the same time not as many folks bother to ' oil the lawn ' as they used to say. But then again with Shiney Poney and the office of Safety Paranoia just winding up, who know's.

    Not sure what exactly yet but I've been warned that there's at least two or 3 boxes and a small bin of '' I'm not touching that '' to be cleared out in the next few days so I'll keep you apprised.

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    Oh my God ! There aren't many opportunities on earth that get better than picking through boxes of "I'm not touching that", liberal-bane ! Every year we hear of a few more cases where true historical artifacts have been destroyed by the cops because somebody didn't know what they had and the local police chief needed more cannon fodder for their aspiring political careers. The whole "keep the public scared, and destroy every harmless object in site" nonsense really makes my stomach turn.
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