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    EL.AZ.25 B

    Recently purchased this German WW2 EL.AZ.25 B bomb fuze from Dugup(see links section)
    It was unpainted when i got it ,i painted in the black/grey colour which is the correct colour for impact fuzes of this type ,although other original colours are found
    It is an electrical impact fuze,with three settings
    1.Instantaneous
    2.Short delay 0.08 secs
    3.Long Delay 14 secs

    Used with
    SC50,Sc250.sc500
    SD70,sd250,sd500
    PC1000.pc1400

    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by military EOD personnel .



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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B


    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by military EOD personnel .



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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B


    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by military EOD personnel .



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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B


    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by military EOD personnel .



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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B

    Ooooh!,i likeee!

    i wasn`t going to repaint any of mine but that looks sh#thot pal.:cheer:

    nice one spotter.

    w.

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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B

    How did you manage to `whiten` the letters so well pal?
    i may do a couple of mine up to this spec now.

    cheers

    w.

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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B

    Filler: If it's only for a photo and want to remove I always use schoolboard-chalk. Falls out quite easily.
    Cheers, Lex
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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B

    Another great tip!B)
    nice one Lex.

    w.

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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B

    Whitening is 'usualy' done with Tipp-ex (quick drying 'typo'correction fluid)
    Also known as.. wite-out or liquid paper

    More info here.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tipp-Ex


    Cheers, Ammodillo

    Post edited by: Ammodillo, at: 2007/08/17 10:59
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    Re:EL.AZ.25 B

    Messy stuff though is tippex and filler,ok for the permanent highlighting of the letters.
    The chalk idea is about right for photo`s then a decision whether to whiten permanenty or not.

    cheers

    w.

 

 
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