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    Maus

    Here is a MAUS mine …

    Dia: 90-MM
    Height: 48-MM

    Please add any more data to this please.

    Joe
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    MAUS stands for Mina AntiUomo Seminabile (ad azione locale)

    Manual (see picture) is available for sale on talpo.it

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    Weight 267g, 15,5g explosive T4.

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    Anyone know what company made it?

    Joe

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    pdf made from "free" stecol pictures available here : https://www.mediafire.com/file/90w0b...-MAUS.pdf/file (7Mo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvollenberg View Post
    Anyone know what company made it?

    Joe

    Fabem s.r.l. - Bari; then Tecnovar s.r.l. - Bari.

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