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    Unknown Mine Fuze?

    I hope somebody can identify the country and use of this fuze.
    No date or maker. Only settings K 1 2 3 N and H.
    Looks like a mine fuze. Size 42mm knurl, 40mm body, 64mm overall,34mmx1.5 threads.


    Fuze A.jpegFuze B.jpegFuze C.jpegFuze D .jpg

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    It is the '36M aknagyújtó' for the Hungarian '36M Tányérakna' mine. It has five pressure force and a pull setting
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    i don't know where the designation 'CVP-1' came from, but it's wrong.

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    Thank you both for the info and great diagrams. I can now label it as Hungarian.

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    C.V.P.("Circular Variable Pressure" or something similar) is only an acronym which Allied used to designate this hungarian mine.

    Nothing to do with the actual hungarian nomenclature.

 

 

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