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[ATTACH=CONFIG]118334[/ATTACH]

 

 

Looks like a fuse, but that would be too obvious right!:nut:

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Looks like a fuse, but that would be too obvious right!:nut:

 

It does but not that easy :-D

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Clive,

What sort of size thread are we looking at?

 

Richard it is not specified but I think it might be just over half an inch.

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something to do with radio aerials is my idea

 

Monty I can see where you are coming from but it is not radio related.

 

If it helps save time, I have put key words from the answer into a search engine & it has come up with no sensible results.

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there's something missing out of the picture like wires?

 

Wally the diagram is complete except that I have removed the labels.

 

But this is just the end of a thing, so it probably was twice the length. This just shows the business end.

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A special tool for aligning something?

 

Sorry Richard missed your post. No its not a tool.

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I take it that you have renamed the file name to lead people astray?

Otherwise answers saying NBC Foul water Ventilator etc .

That would be too easy.

 

Drain rod connector.

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I take it that you have renamed the file name to lead people astray?

Otherwise answers saying NBC Foul water Ventilator etc .

That would be too easy.

 

Drain rod connector.

 

Actually Bryan it does look very like one of those connectors, but yes that would have been too easy.

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Is it a tool for removing blind rounds from a barrel?

 

As said earlier Tony its not a tool.

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Is it a gain charge attached to the bottom of a fuse?

 

Not that Tony, its not directly part of a weapon.

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it looks like a Edison screw

 

Wally I think the thread is much finer than that.

 

If it helps this is not British.

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Would it be some sort of bleed screw? The cone shape looks like it could make a seal when screwed into an opening

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Dunno but I'm glad my lathe can cut a better thread than that..:-D

 

Quite

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