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    Hi guys,

    Just for a bit of fun, can anyone identify this item?
    I do know what it is and used for, and, unfortunately no prizes, other than the fact that you can show off your knowlege. I suspect it won't be long before someone gets it correct!
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    hi jimpy .

    the item in question is i think a tool for removeing broken cartriges .
    especially when the primer end of the case has broken off and the neck is left in the barrel of the gun......

    regards paul.......

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    hi jimpy .

    the item in question is i think a tool for removeing broken cartriges .
    especially when the primer end of the case has broken off and the neck is left in the barrel of the gun......

    regards paul.......

    Hi Paul,

    You're on the right lines, it is to do with weapons, but not in the way that you are thinking.

    I'm surprised that nobody has got it yet.

    Anymore takers for a guess?

    Regards etc

    Ian

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    I have a few ideas, but is it to do with the ammunition or the actual weapon? It kinda looks like something my Grandad uses when re-loading spent shell cases.

    Thanks

    Danny

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    Hi Danny

    Its nothing to do with reloading spent cases.
    It could be construed as to do with the ammunition at a stretch, but it is really to do with the weapon!
    Not much help, I know, but when I do actually post the final picture and what its called you will understand what I mean!

    Ian

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    I'm pretty sure that I've got it now but I think I will leave some other people to guess first just for the fun of it

    Thanks

    Danny

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    Hi Danny.

    PM me with what you think it is and I will let you know.

    Ian

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    hi jimpy i sent you a pm

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    Ok guys, a couple of people have got the answer.

    Ian was the first correct, its a Tool, Fouling, Bren MK

    And heres the last picture to prove it.

    This one was manufactured by "Shelley" and is dated 1953
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