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stefdesign's likes4 of 23very heavy cement horse head1876 Illustrated History of Missouri by Davis & Durrie
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    Posted 9 years ago

    datech282k
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    This was used for training turret gunners. The turrets light up and are shaded to show the limit of the range.

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    1. stefdesign stefdesign, 9 years ago
      That was what my late father-in-law did in WWII.... Wish he were still alive so I could show this to him!
    2. jmack, 9 years ago
      Never seen these before, love the molds and display.
      A basic concept done so well. How about a night display pic?

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