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    latest finds for the collection

    hi all .thought id show the latest ive picked up the other day .the cockrill round i belleve has been on bocn before .the mine was the first thing that needed sorting in my eyes.
    cheers Darrol.IMG20120814_019_edit.jpgIMG20120813_006.jpgIMG20120813_003.jpgIMG20120813_004.jpgIMG20120813_016.jpgIMG20120814_005.jpg
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    Nice Russian,I like the mine to.
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    hi and thanks vinny.
    what is the purpose of the second threaded hole on the base of the 90mm cockrill round?.
    also heres a better photo of the PT-Mi-K mine
    Darrol.
    IMG20120815_007.jpgIMG20120815_005.jpgPT- Mi- K ANTI TANK MINE.jpg

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    Nice items Darrol,, ref the cartridge not a confirmation just an idea, possibly used as a lamp stand ,fixed to a base using the original primer hole and electrics run in through the second with the cut slit to run the wire through,before teaming it up with a projectile

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    hi spotter .the hole is theaded so i dont think it was a bit of someones lamp project plus the groove is precisely cut and would only be wide enough for a one core cable or speaker wire.i think it looks official.but why

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    The groove reminds me of the groove in a pinfire calibre reducer, (eg 12 bore to 12mm) but you wouldn't put a pinfire case (blank?) in a threaded hole.

    For a fuse with an external electrical wire?

    A locating groove so that the offset primer(?) is aligned correctly?

    Simply a groove put there to confuse future collectors?

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    hi.well its doing a good job so far if it isdid any other ordnance have a secondery primer or a electricaly fired conversion?
    bit of a puzzeler.

 

 

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