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    VZ 80 German bombfuze

    Hello, i got something new for my collection, its the Nr 80 VZ Mechanical impact All-ways fuze used in the HS 293, the only function for this fuze is to Destroy the radio equipment
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    Nice Fuze Ben
    The difference of this fuze to the (80) a is this fuze the bottom section is threaded , to screw into the radio compartment ,it uses the standard gaine as shown in Bens picture .
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    Very nice!,
    I havent seen one of those before?

    best

    waff

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    Hi Paul
    they are rare fuzes , compared to the more normal (80) A ,s
    steve

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    He Waff, i was lucky, the seller was thinking that it was a normal 80!! Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fjordhouse View Post
    He Waff, i was lucky, the seller was thinking that it was a normal 80!! Ben
    Nice one you old rogue!

    cheers

    waff

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    Suuuuper

 

 

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