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  1. #1
    Apr 2007
    Franconia Germany
    5 times

    You dont find one of these every day

    Went out looking for coins and Relics by Nuremburg Germany and found this little fella laying in a trench.
    Homeboy was about 30cm deep.As soon as i wiped the dirt off i said (Damn Not Again).My friend seems to find the good stuff and i always find the damn Explosives(unexlpoded Bombs and Arty rounds).
    MR.Bomb is a English mk.II,III or IV Incendiary.The inside is petrol/oil and Synthetic resin and the fuze is phosphorus.A friend of ours works by the EOD and we gave him the grid where he can pick the thing up.
    Im just waiting to find a 500 pounder and hit it just in the right place then i can my butt goodbye.
    Maybe thats why my wife keeps telling me to up my insurance just in case i dig up one to many bombs.

    Greetings from Germany.

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  2. #2

    Jul 2007

    Re: You dont find one of these every day

    My 250 didn't come with a Bomb Mode I think I would have to have an extremely l..o..n..g digging tool

    lol, I don't know whether to say "cool" or "scarey"?


  3. #3
    May 2005
    Garrett Ace 250; Minelab Explorer II
    1 times

    Re: You dont find one of these every day

    May be you should discriminate iron and don't dig big targets? In my case it works, for 3 years I dug such stuff only once, although there are many here after April 1945 left.



  4. #4

    Jun 2007
    ACE 250,Whites prism2
    4 times

    Re: You dont find one of these every day

    That find is DA BOMB

    dang man I'm not sure if i would have the stones to totaly dig that thing up,Be careful out there even though they are old it seems like an accident waiting to happen.
    I kept on digging the hole deeper and deeper looking for the treasure chest until I finally lifted my head, looked up and realized that I had dug my own grave.
    Author: Sir John Denham



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