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Tish 1 year ago
#15 Newer Mines have plastic shell and pressure plate. So fuse is hidden and do not rust. Mine can be also upside down.
       
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Delf 1 year ago
Tish,
...film container. No mine has this particular imprint on the housing. For pressure you install AP or frog type device under, and pressurize with AT.
       
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Eddie 1 year ago
#1 is called a Yokahama fender. I worked offshore Iran during the Iran/Iraq war offloading damaged supertankers into lighters. These fenders, which usually come in strings of 5 or 6 depending on the length of the ships, were put between the 2 ships-can't have any sparks from 2 ships rubbing against each other when you are sitting on 4million barrels of very flammable crude oil.
       
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Elisha 1 year ago
Eddie,

They are used all over to prevent damage to ships in general.
We use yokohama fenders while repairing the regular fenders on the jetty.
       
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Elaine 1 year ago
#1 Your mums buttplug.
       
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"Round, metallic looking piece, halfway stuck in the ground, placed in west Germany. Was afraid to get closer. Explosive? I called the police. They cleared the area and send me away."

"Possible anti-armor/tank mine. It looks in good condition and does not have a fuze or place for a fuse. The lack of rust indicates it is either concrete or some non-ferrous metal. It is very similar to a USA produced training mine except it isn’t painted/marked as inert."

 

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