I can answer questions on World War Two weapons, tactics, and strategy. I can answer questions on Weapons systems and their development. I can answer guestions on Space exploration history. I am a World War 2 expert. I study Military Weapons Systems and the usage of those systems.
I work for Saint Petersburg College as a TRS or Technology resources specialist. I read 10 to 15 books a year on World War 2 and weapon systems. I also have a BA in History from USF.
I have a BA in history from USF.
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Greetings Your shell is very old but is similar to a 37mm round used in the Bofors 37mm anti tank gun. If it is filled with metal than it is either a training round or armor piercing round. I am not
Greetings I am sorry to say I never had the film. Jason and Crissy owned the film. I did suggest that they contact the World War 2 museum. Sorry about this. I did send them a message asking
Greetings The first image is a breech block but not sure what type of weapon. It could be for a tank cannon or artillery piece. Need a better image The second image is a trigger but again for what
Greetings I have been unable to find anything in my library but there are always possibilities. There are several websites below that may help. Ancestry.com is a pay site and I would say last resort
Mike Greetings I have been unable to find any specific information on the rifling tooling you mentioned. I did find some resources that might help. Please check the links. The last link is for Westinghouse
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