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  1. US Military Services
    When we think about American GIs in the European theater of World War II, much of our image comes from the Battle of the Bulge. Named so because of the distinctive "bulge" shape of the front lines, this is where so many American men laid down their lives on fields of frozen mud in France. What...
  2. US Navy Forum
    Edward “Butch” O’Hare was the Navy’s first flying ace, a World War II hero whose name would have been commonly known at the time, but has sadly faded out of view for most Americans. With severely limited ammunition supplies, he was able to shoot down five Japanese bombers, which is how he became...
  3. The Cutting Edge
    This group has been a big help in the past, I'm going to lean again on your expertise. I am in possession of a bayonet from WWII, Pacific Theater. It's from an extended family member who was KIA, Marines I believe. I don't want to sell it. I just want to preserve it in the best way possible...
  4. General Firearms Forum
    I was selling a relic weapon from WW II that also has ties to VietNam. The rifle is from WW II. I have paperwork for it from S. VietNam. The rifle is in good condition and shoots. The first time I listed it for sale on GunBroker, I got several email queries. They all wanted to see the...
  5. General Firearms Forum
    Friend has a Mauser P08 Black Widow all matching numbers in mint condition with 2 mags and the big leather holster. Where can I find an accurate value on this?
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