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    DM Gerat

    Here my German DM-Gerat ( Drehmoment Gerat = Torque device ) used to remove fuzes from British aerial bombs.
    It has a turbine powered by a black powder charge giving inertia to break the bomb fuze loose and unscrew it fast enought to avoid the anti-removal mechanism to explode the bomb.
    This was found at Rechlin test plant and has Luftwaffe inspection markings.
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    Last edited by spotter; 3rd August 2015 at 08:08 PM.

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    Here my DM-Gerat that only whas testet and didn't went in production like T-Mine's one.
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    Excellent - collect them all

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    There are only 4 type's so get them al guys
    Last edited by spotter; 7th September 2010 at 09:25 PM.
    Regards Madbomber

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    Nice one Madbomber were did you find it? hmmm intresting to know

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    Found it at La glize
    Regards Madbomber

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    DM-Gerat

    I received this example today thanks to a couple of bocn members
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    Last edited by spotter; 3rd August 2015 at 08:09 PM.

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    Nice Spotter!!

    Only just caught this thread, nice items, thanks for showing also T-Mine and MB.

    These must be scarce items.

    Any chance of info on the four different types, anyone??

    thanks for sharing

    regards Kev

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    Ive got this drawing,this is from the book "sprengkommandos" by Manfred Rauschert
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    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by military EOD personnel .



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    Ive got this drawing,this is from the book "sprengkommandos" by Manfred Rauschert
    Thanks Allan, appreciated!!

    regards Kev

 

 
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