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    Fuzes I am not con fuzed

    This is what you have to do on a wet COVID lockdown afternoon when you want to look at fuzes that live in boxes, not on shelves!
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    Andysarmoury (30th January 2021), apfsds (31st January 2021), Darkman (30th January 2021), Depotman (30th January 2021), DICKAREN (31st January 2021), doppz92 (2nd February 2021), Dronic69 (30th January 2021), Dwight (30th January 2021), Gr.Fr (6th March 2021), HAZORD (30th January 2021), Joerg (31st January 2021), justin (31st January 2021), lcn (2nd February 2021), Nabob (2nd February 2021), pzgr40 (30th January 2021), RichardB (30th January 2021), roller63 (30th January 2021), ron3350 (30th January 2021), SG500 (30th January 2021), Spgr30 (2nd February 2021), starshell (30th January 2021), TimG (30th January 2021), tnor_fr (31st January 2021), Weasel (30th January 2021), ydnum303 (31st January 2021)

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    That's a great collection. Thanks for posting

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    Lovely collection, but if they live in boxes, what on earth live up on the shelves?! Depotman

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    Extremely Impressive!
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    Nice fuzes! But it’s cruel to keep them locked up in boxes. Let them be free.

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    Great collection. They certainly deserve to be shelved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DICKAREN View Post
    Great collection. They certainly deserve to be shelved.
    One day perhaps! There again, they might just end up on the market, just so much scrap metal in reality!

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    Funny you should say that....
    Maybe the services of Starshell & Co scrap merchants could help. Purchasers of scrap perambulators, bicycles, irons, bath tubs, First war fuzes, etc. Top prices paid per ton.
    Just ask for Fred Crumpet.

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    Ok, right you are. They can join all the other scrap that you already have - you’re like an ordnance Womble!

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    Don't tell the wife that, she'd happily see the lot go to the furnace....

 

 

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