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Mark III airdrop canisters

June 11 2012 at 1:19 PM
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Does anybody know what material the british Mark III airdrop canister was made off?
I will have to weather 2 of those and would hate to find out later, that I did some gorgeous
alu chips on a wooden part...

Thanks in advance.

Stefan

 
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  1. Re: Mark III airdrop canisters - peter hawes on Jun 13, 7:01 PM
    1. thanks - Stefan Bernet on Jun 14, 9:24 AM
     
  2. Re: Mark III airdrop canisters - peter hawes on Jun 17, 5:40 PM
    1. Thanks for the link! - Stefan Bernet on Jun 19, 1:43 PM
     


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