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3 x cut No119 Fuze


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Here are 3 sectioned No119 fuzes. The zinc one is a factory cut or a manufactured in one half specimen and is marked; No119 II MI/C 1/42. The brass fuze on it's right is marked; No119 IV CC/41. It is a well done example but displays tool marks and does not have the sharp edges of the zinc fuze or of the fuze on it's right in the subsequent photos. I have heard that armorers would make instructional fuzes as either as a past time, or if the factory supplied examples werent available or as a test when they went through artillery school. The fuze on the far right is marked; 119 B MK II MI/C SE(markings end at cut). It is a factory cut fuze with sharp edges and no tool marks.


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