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WW2 Bullets

Pictures of some close up bullets from WW2 (Irish War Museum)

Pictures of some close up bullets from WW2 (Irish War Museum)
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Chuckysphotography--EK
 
Chuckysphotography--EK February 10, 2017
All WW1 ammo belts were canvas as the didnt rust and they were easy and quick to reload, these are WW2 British.
Jbowersphotography
Jbowersphotography February 10, 2017
Thanks for the info, I took this shot at a WW1 museum assumed they were WW1. Thanks for the info ill update the description. Thanks
Svenergy72
 
Svenergy72 February 10, 2017
Very artistic approach...unique composition and lovely colors... a bulletbelt like never seen before...BRAVO! :-)
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tonyafricano February 17, 2017
I took a similar shot of a clip of bullets housed in the 'War Remnants Museum' in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (formerly know as 'Saigon') ... Subject matter that's uncomfortable and compelling at the same time. Well Done!
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