2 World War 2 Guns Laid in Ground for 70 Years And Dug Out from the Ground in Russia

World War 2 Guns Laid in Ground for 70 Years And Dug Out from the Ground in Russia

Posted on January 29, 2017 by tim


A selection of World War 2 guns that stayed in the ground for tens of years and now being dug out by Russian enthusiasts. The search for the old guns became very popular in Russia lately, so popular that a law was passed that abolished such kind of searches in Russian forests. Now if you going to be caught with a metal detector you can face charges. Still people go on this treasure hunt as the stock of the metal laying down in the ground since WW2 is immense. Photos and videos are here:


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2 Responses to “World War 2 Guns Laid in Ground for 70 Years And Dug Out from the Ground in Russia”

  1. KLD says:

    I’ve been obsessed with WW2 history for about a decade now so I really appreciate posts like this. Thanks!

  2. L. Tuggle says:

    Most are as expected -Tokarev, Astra, Luger, etc. but the rare one is the Browning Hi-Power (Belgian) Apparently the Germans took over the factory in Belgium and produced guns which were issued to SS and paratroopers. That gun saw the highest point and the lowest point for the German forces. History is fascinating!

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