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    T - trubochnyj ( trubka - non detonating fuze)
    Z - zavod - factory


    LTK - after St Petersburg was renamed Leningrad
    Z4K - Zavov No. 4 imeni M.I. Kalinina (in the name of I.M.Kalinin) - this would be the post 1922 name of Leningrad factory later moved to Kazan
    The Z4K fuzes would probably have threaded protective cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doppz92 View Post
    Could the crossed S be standing for Schneider?
    Yes, that's why I said it's Schneider Export. You see the S also on the right fuze on Nabobs picture. It's the simplified Schneider logo with crossed cannons. But also without the Schneider logo your fuze is clearly made by Schneider because of it's different mechanics inside - very typical Schneider system.

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    Hello,
    I call my fuze 22-CEK, is it right (1917 schneider made) ?
    Regards

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    Last edited by MINENAZ16; 1st April 2020 at 03:20 PM.
    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    Hello, this is exactly the same fuze as the two cutaways I have. What's the meaning of the sign opposite the Schneider logo, on mine it is cut so I couldn't tell what it was since it's incomplete. Is it meaning the fuze is intended for a shell which will be fired in a field gun? Thanks.

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    Yes, that would be a P in Cyrilics. Unusualy large when compared with the marking on Russian made fuzes.
    Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by M8owner View Post
    Mine goes to 140.

    When filled with slow burning powder the scale could go to 140 or 159.
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    any live or recovered ordnance shown in my posts was dealt with by trained EOD personnel

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