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    Nose for German WWII 75mm Hollow Charge

    Might anyone have a spare nose of any type for one of these projectiles?

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    Through the power of 3D modeling software and a newly purchased 3D printer, this issue will be sorted by morning when my "crop" can be harvested. I had to get my son to do it all. I tried for two days to model it, and he did it in ten minutes. I am making a few extra.
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    Here it is. It screws right into place and so does the fuze.
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    Very nice! A very fine detailed printer!
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    Wow that looks great.
    I don't even see any of the usual horizontal lines. Guess printers have gotten better (or did you have to sand/fill?).

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    That is as printed right off a $200 printer.

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    Here are both noses mounted on the shells with fuses.
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