Pigs find German WW2 era anti-tank weapon

Discussion in 'WW2 General' started by diddyriddick, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. diddyriddick

    diddyriddick Active Member

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    Crimea_River Well-Known Member

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    I think just because they were looking for food is no reason to call them pigs. Rather harsh I'd say.:lol:

    There will continue to be stories like this for many years to come as all the buried war hardware gets dug up or surfaces on its own.
     
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    Good pigs!
     
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    Hmmm, wonder if you could train them to sniff out buried aircraft too..................
     
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    They had to destroy the whole weapon?? Holy crap, render any ammo inert, and clean that bad boy up!!! Even if the farmer isn't a history buff, I'm sure he could've scored major brownie-points (or cash, if so inclined) from donating to a museum or selling to a collector.
     
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