clockwork fuze

механическая дистанционная трубка с часовым механизмом

English-Russian arms dictionary. 2013.

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  • TM-62 series of mines — TM 62 is the designation for a series of Russian anti tank blast mines. The mines have a central fuze and typically have a 7.5 kg explosive charge, however they vary greatly in detail. The mines can be laid manually or automatically from a mine… …   Wikipedia

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  • Fuse (explosives) — In an explosive, pyrotechnic device or military munition, a fuse (or fuze) is the part of the device that initiates function. In common usage, the word fuse is used indiscriminately. However, when being specific (and in particular in a military… …   Wikipedia

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  • Anti-handling device — An Anti handling device is an attachment to or integral part of a landmine, designed to prevent tampering. However, anti handling devices may also be encountered as an integral part of the fuzing mechanisms used in other types of munition e.g.… …   Wikipedia

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  • Pencil detonator — Introduced during World War II, a pencil detonator or time pencil is a chemically activated time fuze designed to be connected to a detonator or short length of safety fuse. Pencil detonators are so called because they have approximately the same …   Wikipedia

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  • MPP-B Wierzba mine — The MPP B Wierzba is a fibreglass Polish minimum metal anti tank blast mine. The mine is similar to the Russian TM 62 series and is compatible with the same fuzes. It is normally used with a MWCz 62 fuze with a clockwork armng delay, which is a… …   Wikipedia


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