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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtlynn View Post
    Being as for Naval Use, they might have held the grenades used in the Holman projector for AA use.

    No.36 grenades for the Holman projector used Naval Service 3s Mk IV igniters, whereas these boxes are marked 4s Mk VII, so the grenades were probably for more traditional use.
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    It says these are for testing the projector. The Detonator Mk IV 3 sec delay is purely for naval use and uses Safety Fuze No17 and a Detonator No 45 Mk 1.
    Last edited by AE501; Yesterday at 06:16 PM.

 

 
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