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WW1 French 75mm fuze primer?

Article about: Hi guys. I`ve had this thingie for a while. I found it in a friends barn a while back. Now, is there anyone that can tell me anymore about this than what I wrote in the title? Any links to i

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    Default WW1 French 75mm fuze primer?

    Hi guys.
    I`ve had this thingie for a while. I found it in a friends barn a while back. Now, is there anyone that can tell me anymore about this than what I wrote in the title? Any links to info on it? Anyone have an idea of value?If its rare,,well,,it seems to be rare as I cant find much about it Hope someone can help

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    I have amended your thread title a little.

    There should be info about this item online somewhere. The French "75" was a very famous field gun.

    Has to be a good collectable item. I like it.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks Ade. I like it too,,my heart jumped when I found it,,didnt know what it was atm,but I knew I wanted it and that it had to be military. Its really heavy though,I think I weighed it to around 24 kg, and it seems like the mechanism is working still It should get me a house in the Baltics if I find a buyer for it shouldnt it?

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    I am sure WW1 collectors will love it.

    I hope property prices are cheap
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    pah,this thing must be on same Level as ss helmets;p

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    Hello dears members

    it's a débouchoir to adjust fire fusing model 1897

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    for the price ?? But I not sure for the helmet...

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    Wow! Thanks a lot for sharing this

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    Many thanks my friend !

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    a nice thing to have.

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    Lovely looking bit of kit

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