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German T.Mi.Z.35 mine fuze

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    Default German T.Mi.Z.35 mine fuze

    German T.M.i.Z.35 mine fuze
    Type ...Pressure..requires pressure of 190kg to function
    Used with ..Tellermine 35
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    Default Re: German T.Mi.Z.35 mine fuze

    could be this fuse used for tellermine with No.2 , please? i can't find out its correct name. cheers . petr
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    I think no 2 is the tellermine 42 which used the T.Mi.Z 42 igniter
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    [QUOTE=spotter;83438]I think no 2 is the tellermine 42 which used the T.Mi.Z 42 igniter


    aha, i thought that 42 is the one with No.4 , now i'm pretty confused .
    i've got relic dug out deact empty shell of tellermine with No.2 on black/white picture and i'm trying to restore it as close to original as possible , many thanks , petr
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    Default Re: German T.Mi.Z.35 mine fuze

    Nope, the (bad) drawing No. 4 is a T.Mi.43, which used the same size fuze as the T.Mi.42. No. 2 is definitely a 42, No. 1. is the '39.

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