Telescoping frontal fuze for very large shells

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Re: Telescoping frontal fuze for very large shells

Post by TheMarcksPlan » 31 Dec 2021 03:43

A member with whom I don't find engagement productive is asking for something I've already addressed. If anyone lacking that member's track record feels a need for clarification, I'll happily address it. Otherwise seems an unproductive use of my time.
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Re: Telescoping frontal fuze for very large shells

Post by Takao » 31 Dec 2021 09:43

TheMarcksPlan wrote:
31 Dec 2021 03:43
A member with whom I don't find engagement productive is asking for something I've already addressed. If anyone lacking that member's track record feels a need for clarification, I'll happily address it. Otherwise seems an unproductive use of my time.
You have already addressed the Killer Junior & Killer Senior use of daisy cutter fuses? Sorry, must have missed it, and a forum search comes up empty regarding the use of daisy-cutter fuses for Junior & Senior fire missions. Could you please post the date & source of first use of daisy cutter fuses for artillery shells used in Killer Junior & Killer Senior fire missions.

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