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Nurenig

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#1 10 years ago

I've seen tons of American Reenactment videos on my time & tons of other videos but I've never really been impressed untill now :P H2H Snakes will probally go into shock reading me saying something good about Poland :P YouTube - panzerfaust vs T 34 Sign Me Up for that shit :P




jumjum

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#2 10 years ago

That is one hellacious panzerfaust replica. Damn.




Von Mudra

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#3 10 years ago

Public reenactment, they're allowed to do that. WW2 here, we aren't allowed to do those fun things due to insurence, and in pub reenactments, while we can have pryo technics, it usually freaks out the people running the public show, and they won't allow it. WW1 though we do set off TNT in no man's land. Main thing is that that is a pub reenactment, with added sound effects. Yes, its awesome, but is it comparable to a WW2 reenactment here? No, its a completely different entity.

Not ripping on the pole reenacters though. I've seen their impression, its outstanding, just wish they'd come to the US so they could see what a real reenactment is like, hundreds of people instead of 40, fighting for 2 days straight instead of 1 hour:P




Biiviz

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#4 10 years ago

I've seen this one before. I believe one of the guys in the T-34 got burnt pretty bad from that.




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#5 10 years ago

Not bad. Though, I find it funny when the reenacters are smiling when they run past the cameras.




Ofw. Josef Schneider

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#6 10 years ago

And still they didn't manage to write it correctly.