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    Quote Originally Posted by stecol View Post
    MTARZ 67 01 = production plant, lot 1967 01

    Remont 1989 SKT = refit/repair in 1989 by SKT

    But the charge was probably produced in Russia during the WW2 as seen in the markings of second group of pictures.
    Stefano, the charge was made in Russia in 1941, got refurbished in 1967 by MTARZ (who is this, anybody knows?) as the last letter "R" in the lot number is indicating (for "remontovan") and again refurbished in 1989 by SKT.
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    Many Thanks X !

    What do You think about the markings of the last two photo of the second group, "15 P-3" and "T I-43" ? ("T" I think stands for TNT)

    Regards
    stecol

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    I agree on the "T" and the "15" is the Russian manufacturer: "Polimer" in Chapaevsk.
    Ich suche Wissen!

    SCIENTIA POTENTIA EST!

    Wer nichts weiß muss alles glauben!

    Und wer toleriert uns?

    Studiert den Hooton-Plan, den Kaufman-Plan und den Morgenthau-Plan!

    Ich bin verantwortlich für das was ich sage, nicht dafür was jemand anders versteht!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UkmhtoXCPA
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aw9aRyjLcI

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    Thanks, Zuender, for showing your Russian Anti-sweep disruptor (Some years ago) There is at least one complete (Anchor, buoyancy etc) device, possibly more, at the Hamburg site of the Russian Tango class Submarine. I do not see why two Explosive units are attached to each mooring cable, unless it is in case the sweep wire escapes from the bottom unit, which it first encounters.
    You gave a link to a copy of the U.S publication "Mine Disposal Handbook", which has been placed on the internet by the Maritime Park Association. Unfortunately, the only copy they were able to access was minus everything on British and Russian devices, and they have been trying to borrow a complete copy for years! Any idea on how they might be helped?
    Regards.

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