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    something about 9N210

    I think it could be interesting for people here on BOCN to see a bit more photos of soviet sub 9N210. Anfortunatly it without fuze (both of them), but and it probably could be interesting.
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    Last edited by Ivashkin; 24th May 2013 at 06:34 PM.

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    Oh yes, let see !


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    Does anyone have the fuze they can take pictures and measurements of for me? I have the internal drawing, but am looking for some pictures.

    9E246M or the 9E246

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    Mine isn't in great shape, but if you don't get a better offer let me know and I'll pull it and get you some pics this weekend.

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    Thanks US-Subs ! Nice collection.
    What is it this submunition ?? O 10 perhaps ???
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    And this is the 9E246M...
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    Thank you for the pictures.

    Interesting ... the cross piece on the nose looks plastic. Is that right?

    Also, interesting note. One of the differences between the 9E246M and the 9E246 is the 9E246M has a self-destruct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FZG76 View Post
    Thanks US-Subs ! Nice collection.
    What is it this submunition ?? O 10 perhaps ???
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    I assume you are talking about the one in the center, I don't remember the designation off the top of my head, I need to check my notes. I was helping some nice Czech guys do a download on some SS-25s left behind by the Soviets as they pulled out of country, a number of the warheads were submunition carrying. Emptying the subs was a real pain, solvents, steam, burning, nothing went well some went very poorly. Ended up cutting it with a remote water jet and then using the jet to blast the material out. This ended up being the only one done. A year later I did a similar visit when they were working on SS-21s, larger subs. Same problems except the NEW was too large to use the water jet area. I had to leave those behind, though I did manage to grab a fin and nose element.

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    It's right, in plastic.

    Quote Originally Posted by jvollenberg View Post
    Thank you for the pictures.

    Interesting ... the cross piece on the nose looks plastic. Is that right?

    Also, interesting note. One of the differences between the 9E246M and the 9E246 is the 9E246M has a self-destruct.

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    Hi Sub

    Are you sure SS 25 ???
    The submunition at the middle come from SS 21 ??
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