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    I did some restoration and preservation. The second cap on the right shows how it was used as a flower pot.

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    Nice work!
    I am sure my wife would love such flower pot.
    Now only some minor things and Your projectile is complete :-)
    Bob
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    Thanks! My wife did not like this type of flower pot and I think that I will leave out the "minor things" for now.

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    Many thanks for showing these pictures! Very interesting to see!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwight View Post
    Very interesting information and many thanks! Attached some German information and two pictures of the tool for the Zt.Z. S/5. The Zt.Z. S/5 was used for close combat ("Nahkampf").

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    Not completely relevant, but here is a drawing of the similar tool for the Dopp.Z. S/60 and Z.Z. S/30:

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