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  • c22910
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    I stand corrected.

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  • yellowjacket
    Potential Liability

  • yellowjacket
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    Nope, explosive shells are so named because there is a metal shell containing the explosive, to which a fuse is attached.

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  • c22910
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    Is it named poorly then. Shells (carb, lobster,jackets) normally encase the important bit.

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  • Goldie fish
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  • Goldie fish
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    I may have one of them also,but I am not going to admit it here...

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  • sparks
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    You've a shell case, the shell is the projectile head (usually pointy)

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  • Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

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    Like the media etc

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  • yellowjacket
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  • yellowjacket
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    Not people who know what theyre talking about..

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  • Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

  • Goldie fish
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    Dunno,normally when you speak of shells,its the brass case people refer to

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  • yellowjacket
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  • yellowjacket
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    You've a cartidge case, the shell is the pointy bit.

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  • Goldie fish
    Tim Horgan

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    I have one of them....ideal for holding change...

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    started a topic 'Lethal' shell discovered

    'Lethal' shell discovered

    http://www.unison.ie/irish_independe...issue_id=10106


    THE ARMY bomb disposal unit was called to deal with a potentially lethal shell which was discovered in the shed of a Dublin house yesterday.

    The 6lb shell, believed to be decades old, was found by new owners clearing out the shed of a house on Grenville Terrace, off the South Circular Road.

    The shell was taken away by the Army and is to be destroyed.
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