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Postby FJdrewb » 02 Mar 2007 16:01

one piece at a time, my friend I just buy whatever my pay check allows me too.

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Postby pzrwest » 02 Mar 2007 17:15

It's not how much you spend at once the thing is you are working on improveing things and one piece at a time and that is a good step in the right direction. It shows you are trying to come up to the re-enacting standards and that is the main point. We do realize that with airsoft you have to wear eye protection but I have no problems with that. Eye protection can be removed and put in a pocket or pouch when not in the field firing and no one would be any the wiser. A lot of re-enactors do wear ear plugs when firing and remove them and secret them away for when not firing. Keep up the good work FJdrewb

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Postby norbert biber » 02 Mar 2007 23:45

Hallo Ganze,,,,This is the first time Ive tried to post anything here....we will see if it goes thru....heres some recent event pics....Norbert Biber
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Postby norbert biber » 02 Mar 2007 23:47

another...
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Postby norbert biber » 02 Mar 2007 23:49

I guess you can only post one pic at a time?
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Postby norbert biber » 02 Mar 2007 23:50

one more for now
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Postby Drew Maynard » 03 Mar 2007 01:11

norbert, welcome aboard, my crazy cossack brother :)

you can normally do three, sometimes the upload is slow depending on server traffic. nice pics from that event....well done.

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Postby FJdrewb » 03 Mar 2007 01:23

Why are you buring a painting?

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Postby pzrwest » 03 Mar 2007 02:44

That was one of my thoughts as well FJdrewb why are they burning the painting(or print)?

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Postby Bauhaus » 03 Mar 2007 16:14

Is that real smoke from the fire? it looks like the end of Raiders of the Lost Arc :lol:

Would that be a couple veterans you have at your table, what units were they in.

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Postby jugendkrieger » 03 Mar 2007 19:07

it looks like gerhard from the 10th SS he was a funker

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Postby Trench_Raider » 04 Mar 2007 00:29

Pardon my ignorance, but what uniform is the guy on the back right (the fellow with the helmet) in the dinner photo wearing?

"Trench Raider"

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Postby Drew Maynard » 04 Mar 2007 05:24

Trench Raider: Norbert is wearing a M32/34 Schwarzrock.

and yes, that's veteran Gerhard Franzky in the photos, 4th/10th SS veteran. Can't say enough about Gerhard, he's top shelf, really classy man.

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Postby Stp Corbiere » 05 Mar 2007 19:08

Hi Guys

Here are a few pics i took on Sunday when our group I.S, were needed for some filming for a collage student, the weather was none to pleasent with very high winds and it rained the entire time, but we still had a great time.

Cheers

Kevin
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Postby norbert biber » 06 Mar 2007 00:50

Burning paintings...we were doing a Hindkriegerpartie representing a bunch of REMFs that hosted a Partie for the troops coming in from the fight.
Our men had gathered up various items from the nearby French town to burn and a pile of paintings were included because they give off a fast and hot fire. We had tons of Champagne, wine, cigarettes,cigars ,roasted chickens , eggs,sausages ,breads and cheeses all for the men and French music playing .It was quite the Partie and none of the men were aware it was going to happen. We surprised them as they came in dirtect from the fight.
We had about 30 or more wine glasses and after each toast to "The Boss" we threw them into the fire pit where they shattered.
When our "honored Vet guest " arrived only I and one other guy knew he was coming. We snuck him into the event and you should have seen the looks on the guys faces when we kicked open the barracks doors and stormed in...pretty cool.
We had about 8 new guys at this event and they were like...."wow...this is cool...we want to come back !" We warned them we didint do that sort of stuff each time ! Norbert


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