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    Type of fuze setter?

    A friend of mine is trying to ID this item which he has in his collection. It appears to be made of bronze and maybe a type of fuze setter. There are no identifying markings. Can anyone identify what it is? TIA

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    Bumping this thread. Anyone?
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    Perhaps a tool for doing up transit plugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie View Post
    Perhaps a tool for doing up transit plugs.
    Thanks for your thoughts. I think it's a bit to complex a piece for that purpose. If the vertical surfaces are bearing surfaces then the piece would function in an anti-clockwise direction.
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