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Oldest appliances owned by posters?

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by Orkrist the Cleaver, Aug 10, 2001.

  1. kemanmaldea Gems: 12/31
    Latest gem: Moonstone

    Jul 11, 2001
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    My nick name for those fand is sausage slicer. I dont know how well they work in that capasity but they do seem to be able to slice people fingers easaly.
  2. Llandon Gems: 13/31
    Latest gem: Ziose


    Jul 17, 2001
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    Well....I'm glad my 45's still working...............Brega, was your pops in the German Army? I was just wondering about the Mauser.
  3. Ragusa

    Ragusa Eternal Halfling Paladin Veteran

    Nov 26, 2000
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    We have a bread slicer from the 1930s - looks cool with lots of chrome and it is still excellent. We own an axe forged by an uncle of mine in the late 1940s from a piece of rail. I have a few books from the 1920s.

    And Llandon: At the end of WW-II lot's of arms were around. Since Brega is a swede iirc I doubt his pops was in the german army .... it is more likely that it was simply bought as a cheap hunting rifle. Since germany lost the war the german soldiers surprisingly have been *disarmed* when they became POWs.

    [This message has been edited by Ragusa (edited August 27, 2001).]
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