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    Seamine detonator?

    This was described as a seamine detonater maybe someone has an ID. Stenciling on the body says " .W.5.40 Lot 100" pressed into the metal "Is 742 /l\". Dimensions 53 x 103 mm. Copper.
    So U.K. made 5 1940.

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    Parts of a "Detonatorholder Mk I" for british seamines (used in several systems, like the Mk XIV, Mk XV, Mk XVI, Mk XVII...).
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    Last edited by Natter; 2nd February 2019 at 06:09 PM.

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    Exellent !!

 

 

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