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    ID small bomb (Finnish winter war)

    Hello,

    Does anyone could identify this small bomb (looks like russian). Maybe I have it in my doc but can't find it.
    The website says "young Finnish soldier holding a small incendiary bomb"

    Regards

    Finnish.jpg
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    Soviet ZAB-1E (ЗАБ-1Э)

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    Thank you, now it's easier to check in my doc with the good nomenclature.
    Any Live or Dug ordnance shown by me has been disposed of by EOD personnel .

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    Hello,

    Yes, it's ZAB-1E. I send photos of this bomb used in the Civil War in Spain too.

    Cheers


    Bombas de Aviación RUSAS_Página_1.jpgBombas de Aviación RUSAS_Página_2.jpg

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    What fuse model goes on the nose of that bomb?

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    Hi,


    About fuzes, my docs say AM-A or AGM-3


    Somebody to confirm ?


    Regards,


    S.

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    I have in collection one inert bomb, with original fuze, made in 1938. On other size reads XB3 and other side P( cyriilic) N13.

    Actually I have another one, made in 1939. Marking is XB3 and other side PN8.

    Many of these bombs in Winter War did not work. Russians used thick grease in propeller thread and in cold air the propeller safety did not screw out.
    Last edited by Tmine35; 6th December 2016 at 07:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgdbdr View Post
    Hi,


    About fuzes, my docs say AM-A or AGM-3


    Somebody to confirm ?


    Regards,


    S.
    AGM-1 primer (АГМ-1 к/в)
    AM-B primer (АМ-Б)
    AM-B no propeller (АМ-Б б/в)

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    I have these 1938 dated fuses in bound to me. It is my understanding they are AGDT-B. Can anyone confirm the model number or show documentation on them? Thank you.

    Attached Images Attached Images

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    This model is not part of it. Look underneath Harry
    www.harryszuenderecke.de
    Search always English and US Bomb Fuzes!

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