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    No 119 Dummy

    Picked up this today so thought I would share it here.
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    Hello,
    I can't see well, originaly, is it a Mk IX made in Canada ?
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    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MINENAZ16 View Post
    Hello,
    I can't see well, originaly, is it a Mk IX made in Canada ?
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    You are correct sir. Markings are: Sc/C 7/30 75 No119 IX MI/C 4/42 DUMMY

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    Nice fuze, herewith list of change (for live fuzes) :

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    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    Converted from a filled fuze

    Manufactured by MI/C - McKinnon Industries.
    Filled by Sc/C - General Engineering Co., Scarborogh, Canada.
    The date after the filler doesn't make sense as it would mean the filling preceeded the manufacture (and design!) by twelve years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimG View Post
    Converted from a filled fuze

    Manufactured by MI/C - McKinnon Industries.
    Filled by Sc/C - General Engineering Co., Scarborogh, Canada.
    The date after the filler doesn't make sense as it would mean the filling preceeded the manufacture (and design!) by twelve years.

    TimG
    Strange, but that's clearly what is stamped into the fuze.

 

 

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