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    Practice Bomb No.2 Mk4

    After not finding anything for the collection for ages, I bought this inert practice bomb from a car boot sale ! Not my normal collecting field, but I just had to have it because of it's condition. It's fully inert, has been used and is marked inert too.
    Does anyone know where I could source a plastic nose cone from ? Any help would be much appreciated.DSC00782.jpg
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    Maybe a member could explain differences between 3kg No.1 Mk series and No.2 Mk series.
    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    The difference in series No1 Mk1 has a SR223A charge and the No2 Mk1 has the SR800E charge which is a bit bigger than a 12 gauge shotgun cart.Not come across the No2 Mk4
    As for the nose cones good luck with your search you mite be as well going down the 3D printed route or if you look at the images these are prop spinners without the holes from hobby king.
    Hope this helps
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    Tony try contacting Nathan Stagg, he's on Quick fire, he usually has this type of stuff and bits

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    I took these photos when visiting a training centre many years ago that might be of interest to you..

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    Thanks Allan, great pics.
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