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 Diggin History #9 - 5/14/08 Back to the woods I go...

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PostSubject: Diggin History #9 - 5/14/08 Back to the woods I go...   Thu May 15, 2008 8:50 am



I posted a link to a website that has all kinds of shotgun shells and the years they were made, does any body still have that link, my laptop crashed and I lost a lot of my websites. Thanks...

Here is my pic's of my finds:









Fischer Plant, GM (General Moters) frame plate


Winchester Repeater 12ga shotgun shell, the paper is all gone.


I think this is a lipstic case or lip balm.

lipstic case
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PostSubject: Re: Diggin History #9 - 5/14/08 Back to the woods I go...   Fri May 16, 2008 12:27 am

Nice finds! Sorry to hear about the computer crash. I remember that post about shot-gun shells. But I can't remember which forum it was on. Best advise I can give you is go to all the forums you post on and do a search on shot-gun.
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