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Strikes me that stores reference code does not fit in with the normal codifications of their various kinds used by any of the three services.

 

Although it has a "pheon" arrow this is by no means an indication of military use, merely Government property that is an "attractive" item (ie likely to get stolen). So it might for instance have been a Ministry of Transport tool?

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Strikes me that stores reference code does not fit in with the normal codifications of their various kinds used by any of the three services.

 

Although it has a "pheon" arrow this is by no means an indication of military use, merely Government property that is an "attractive" item (ie likely to get stolen). So it might for instance have been a Ministry of Transport tool?

 

you have a point there. Useful thing to have anyway

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I knew I had come across this system before buried in one of my articles!

 

Ministry of Transport eg 3 S 41008 which is a ‘D’ shackle with a narrow jaw.

 

Presumably an alternative way of writing 3/STORES/41008

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