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    The Boobytrap Recogniton Manual Vol 4

    The Boobytrap Recognition manual Volume 4, USSR/Russian Boobytrap Mechanisms is now available for download. Its free!! Go to http://tgrm.foxed.ca/ look for the "Books" page, the link is right at the bottom of the page.


    Last edited by sgtlynn; 5th November 2021 at 09:31 PM.

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    excellent work thank you,some pieces that ive never seen before

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    Very interesting, though thankfully I've got source material for most of them. I did notice this potential problem right at the start though.

    MVE = МВЭ = Минный Взрыватель Электронный = Minnyy Vzryvatel' Elektronnyy = (literally) Mine Fuze Electronic

    So translated MVE would mean something more like 'Electronic Mine Fuze', and not 'Eletronically-fuzed Mine'. The fuze part is the subject, the electronic and mine bits relate to it.

    For note I've not gone through the whole thing, as simply don't have the time.

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    Great work Darryl, thank you so much.
    "All live or dug ordnance shown in my posts has been dealt with by qualified EOD personnel"

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    Excellent work! Great reference!
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