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Russian Entrenching Tool (carrier) from 1944.

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    Hi,

    C for grade being linked to the quality of the material used?

    In advance thank you

    Bruno

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    Funnily enough, I just got this 1944 Russian E-Tool - now I know how a carrier looks like, what to get...THX!
    What's the price of these? (I mean the carrier)

    Cheers,
    Fabe

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    Hi Fabe, this type of carrier is not common and is hard to find.

    There were several different types of carriers used during the war. Here is mine with a 44 dated shovel. This style would be seen much more often.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thank you Ade, this one looks just like the post-war Hungarian M50 carrier - another "Soviet copy"... Next month I'll look for a WW2 Russian carrier.

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    Hi,
    The stamp is good.
    To help read stamp :
    Б -- БРАКЕР (No. controller-auditor) or Б - БРАКОВЩИК
    Р -- РАЗМЕР ----- size
    С -- СОРТ (1,2,3) ---------- quality
    г -- ГОД (year of manufacture)
    Regards.
    Philippe

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    Quote by Fabe View Post
    Funnily enough, I just got this 1944 Russian E-Tool - now I know how a carrier looks like, what to get...THX!
    What's the price of these? (I mean the carrier)

    Cheers,
    Fabe

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    it cost me 24 euro

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    Hello Phil,

    Thanks a lor for this very good and helpfull information. Great help to read stamps

    All the very best

    Bruno

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