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    WW2 "special" fuzes

    Hi,


    Seen in "Advanced fuze and explosive ordnance bulletin" from FEB 1945, some mentions of "special" fuzes

    M121, M122 (tail, never procured)
    M137 (T61) (special, special)
    M155 (T71) (special fuze, special use)

    Does someone knows more about those fuzes (and maybe has pics and drawings) ?

    S.

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    I have only drawings from the M121, M137 and M155.
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    Thanks rigby !


    Does someone has a digital version of MIL-HDBK-137 he could share ?

    Sorry, I wrote M155, but my concern is about M156 fuze. (I will NOT edit the first post)
    M155 is not a "special" fuze, and it is well documented is several books like of course "USNBD - US bombs, pyrotechnics and fuzes"


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    Ok.....here are the M156.
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