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milcoll73 : byf = mauser, dot = Waffenwerke Brünn

Hokum767 : The stick is for laying signal cable, a truck would reel out the cable and a soldier would walk behind (the wire in the notch) and then push it into the hedge/out of the way of traffic


Paul griffith : You guys are lucky you found a stagnant pong to search. There is very little oxygen in that water so it preserves metal very well. No oxygen = no rust.

Dutch-Diggers: WW2 / Relics / Metaldetection : Again very nice video brothers!! Greetings Dutch-Diggers

NUGGET SHOOTER JOURNALS : That is just so cool.... thanks

davros0007 : Awesome work. I’m in Western Australia so no war here - which is a good thing- but means magnet fishing is old fishing gear and, if you’re lucky, a shopping trolley. In fact, where I am, it’s very saline and acidic mud, so even railway track is eaten away!

Detecting Money : I definitely was born on the wrong continent as far as metal detecting goes.

isellcatlitter : in the United States, we keep our guns and ammo on our night stand, not at the bottom of the lake.

Mike fishead : Rifle grenade bouncing betty anti personal mine

Titi-militaria ww2 : Awesome incredible

Peter Wilhelmsson : The stick at 7:20 look like the Swedish army's eq. for telephone line deployment, hanging the cables high above the ground on branches.

donald Robertson : My Grandfather was a Canadian Sapper in Holland when those Mausers got dumped in the water. He would have said Free men have guns. The Swiss say Free men have guns. The EU has subjugated Europe. Isn't it time you were free?

Patrick Woods : Well done boys nice finds very cool love the channel 😊 👍 keep them coming 👍 hh from ireland my friends

Ржавые лики войны : Excellent finds! Spring mine without fuses? A great movie!

St. Apollonius : Keep going like this and you`ll have enough to open a museum

Steve Eady : I was thinking the stick was a flag pole from outside a window or doorway

joeashbubemma : I'm wondering if the Dutch authorities confiscated these rifles after seeing this vid. "No longer in our possession", usually infers involuntary parting of said property.

ne0n : mooie vijver, damn, mooie vondsten! lijkt wel in de buurt :D

Chris's small engines : Do you guys keep the rifles ,or do you have to give them up.

U.S.A. : ___- GOOD HUNTING ____________________

Lego is fun lego : The rifles is in great condition. Probably the germans throwing them in the river to avoid the enemies to capture the rifles...

kevlandy : I can't believe how much crap Jerry threw away at the end of the war.

Phil Harang : Of course you don't have the guns in your possession any more. The Nederlands authorities are so paranoid and so phobic about rifles and pistols that the very thought of a private citizen having even an inoperable firearm would reduce them to mush. They much prefer having others do their fighting for them. Then they open the war crimes court and show how morally superior they are.

traper333 : Waar is dat ?

Paul Baker : harry potter thing does look like some kind of artillery cleaning tool, a rag or something would go through the hole

Derek Naylor Metal Detecting UK : Awesome video guys 👍😀those guns looked in fantastic condition almost shootable

chuck miller : that Mauser is in surprisingly good condition. Awesome find!

Dino Nucci : Oh cool, you found my mortors! I only use rockes now, so you may keep them, no problem.

Paul Varga : byf = Mauser Oberdorf Manufacture

bluewaffle 45 : Dus..... Waar kan ik dit vijvertje vinden :)

Jamie Price : I think the pole is for opening high windows

tinknal : Do you have any information on battles fought in the vicinity? Was this in the area of the Market Garden operation?

Burt Reynolds : @ 2:31 "The turd gun" I wouldn't want to get shot with that. Just kidding. Keep up the good work.

Tim Nissen : the stick looks like a barrel cleaner you put a rag into the hole and it would have a long wooden pole to shove down the barrel to clean it out

PASSIO'N' AIMANT : Bravo ! Super trouvailles !

carl phillipson : found the original image so you can get an idea of the scale of the rod sections if its close it may well be for cleaning an 88mil barrel. Cool find guys.

Aron Boss : The SMi 35 is missing all the screws thats keeping it together, the top plate would easy come off. Maybe there is still a nut on the central deto tube. Lovely calm water there, not like the rivers here. All the rifles we have found here have the stocks washed away by the water current.

Bleeping Magnetic : the pole with a loop is a broken tank barrel pull through. there would be a rag pulled through the loop then inserted into most likely a german tank barrel 50% larger than the loop...... should be stamped on the brass or maybe branded... should note they stopped using this type "on a stick" early in the war, both sides improvised rope pull throughs entering via the breach

Coolio Bob : I think you're right about the rod he's holding at 7:55. It looks like a swab rob for an artillery cannon.

Bandit Ryan : It’s insane all the k98s you’ve found there keep it up👍

get off my lawn : I can't believe the shape those rifles are in. Incredible. Be careful, boys, some of that other stuff is still unexploded ordnance!

Mike Mathias : It is a banner/ flag stick for a regiment. I would be 90percent sure.

James Ewins : I believe it is part of a rod for cleaning large calibre barrels

JDWORKS : Good video Mates! Never give up! See you the next video!

johnny rotten : You certainly know your weapons lads. Well done.

19Sunny96 : "Sicher" means safe. "Scharf" means armed/ready to fire.

davros0007 : I want to try magnet fishing in Finland, in the West. I wonder what I will find? Russia vs Sweden in 1808 etc. I wonder if there are cannon balls? There would be a lot of lead balls, not magnetic...

Arc Angel : The wooden rod is a cleaning rod for a cannon or larger caliber barrel if memory serves right.

Angel Bou : You guys are the best awesome findings