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Old 11-05-2019, 11:50 AM   #16
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foto is very clear in my archive ,but not here ,d'ont know why ,

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youre right ,its the iron part for the adaptor for gluzunder 28 ;i never checked it before ,we are learning every day
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Old 11-05-2019, 12:19 PM   #17
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The reasons for my question about metal inserts...
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What you are showing us is the part of the 2nd model of cap to adapt a fuze like Glühzünder 28 or an other one.

When you say "2nd model" are you referring to the German made version of the Flascheneismine instead of the original Finnish JÄÄMIINA m41?

I believe that only one per case was fitted with a cap that would accept a Glühzünder 28, as it was used as the ignition charge. However, this was also done with the original JÄÄMIINA m41 as shown in the first picture below, and the example on the right in the second picture. The example on the left in the second picture is the German version, although without the cap designed to accept the Glühzünder 28.
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Old 11-05-2019, 02:26 PM   #19
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When you say "2nd model" are you referring to the German made version of the Flascheneismine instead of the original Finnish JÄÄMIINA m41?

I believe that only one per case was fitted with a cap that would accept a Glühzünder 28, as it was used as the ignition charge. However, this was also done with the original JÄÄMIINA m41 as shown in the first picture below, and the example on the right in the second picture. The example on the left in the second picture is the German version, although without the cap designed to accept the Glühzünder 28.
When I say "2nd model", I am just referring to the cap which accept a Glühzünder 28 fuze. It's just my own designation of this cap nothing official. It just to distinguish both pattern of zinc cap. On your photos, both model are german made, finnish ones are a bit different.
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When I say "2nd model", I am just referring to the cap which accept a Glühzünder 28 fuze. It's just my own designation of this cap nothing official. It just to distinguish both pattern of zinc cap. On your photos, both model are german made, finnish ones are a bit different.

Thanks. Yes, in my picture, both caps are German made, but just to clarify, the bottle on the right is Finnish made and marked SA.
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Old 11-06-2019, 08:04 AM   #21
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The Finnish way of attaching the electric detonator was different.









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Old 11-09-2019, 07:31 AM   #22
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here the ones in my collection

and wooden inserts with the metal part (wood copy )

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Very nice Jan. Thanks for showing them.
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