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    sectioned ww2 german mine fuzes

    For spotter,
    i was going to post them in the other section with the pics of the ones you got a few days ago.
    As they are cutaways,i thought best to post in here.

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    Re:sectioned ww2 german mine fuzes

    I like the three small ones ,the big ones a bit garish though ,(for my liking)..nice selection tho waff thanks for showing them

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    Quote Originally Posted by waffenamt View Post
    For spotter,
    i was going to post them in the other section with the pics of the ones you got a few days ago.
    As they are cutaways,i thought best to post in here.

    cheers

    waff
    Oooo! T.Mi.Z.43 - can you show me his percussion cap? Its non-standart (versus S.Mi.Z.35, Z.Z.35, T.Mi.Z. 42 and more-more-more)?

 

 

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