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    brass object ( fuze ?)

    hello
    new identification
    i have thos object , and i dont know what it could be neither the era or country ...
    made of brass , with a striker at one hand , and graduations at the other end
    maybe a fuze , or a ... i dont know
    if someone have information on it i'll be greatfull

    thanks
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    Looks more like a fluid/fuel filter or adaptor,The second image seems to show a filter element.

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    hello yes there is a filter element , but no hole for circulation of fluid or gaz ... and on the fifth pic on the center you can see the striker.
    and there is graduations on the top of the object , and you can set the graduation by rotating the top band .

    there also a LOT typical of amunitions parts

    all made of brass , make me think at something made for the sea , depth charge fuze or somethink else ....

    it's very heavy

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    The general shape and material is typical for depth charge fuzes. Sadly the Mine Disposal Handbook is missing most of the british/french stuff.
    Last edited by Alpini; 20th May 2017 at 12:24 AM.

 

 

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