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  • magnetic holdfast (to give a saboteur's boat a temporary mooring)

    magnetic holdfast (to give a saboteur's boat a temporary mooring)

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    MUN 6060

    Magnetic holdfast which gave a saboteur's boat a temporary mooring to the target ship while a limpet mine was planted.

  • Night Vision Goggles: American

    Night Vision Goggles: American

    (Equipment)

    OPT 541

    Passive night vision goggles of the type used by British helicopter pilots flying covert operations to land SAS reconnaissance parties on the Falklands Islands before the main landings

  • Mine, Limpet Type 6 Mark II

    Mine, Limpet Type 6 Mark II

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    MUN 6061

    Limpet Mine Type 6 Mark II with AC delay fuze. This type of mine contained 2.5 lbs of plastic explosive and was used by SOE saboteurs against enemy shipping.

  • Anglo-French Steel Cap Liner: British

    Anglo-French Steel Cap Liner: British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12601

    cap Liner

  • Steel Helmet, MKI Brodie pattern

    Steel Helmet, MKI Brodie pattern

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12587

    Steel helmet Bowl-shaped helmet of olive drab smooth paint finish, having a mild steel rim to the edge. The chinstrap is of brown leather.

  • respirator, anti-gas light, No L2

    respirator, anti-gas light, No L2

    (Equipment) Made by: W and G 1945

    EQU 1410

    canvas carrier, respirator with canister black rubber mask with attached canister, no connecting tube, light green carrier with one small external pocket and one small internal pocket. Back of mask strap marked (printed): 'No L 2 W. & G. 1945...

  • Switch, No. 10, Delay (Time Pencil)

    Switch, No. 10, Delay (Time Pencil)

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    MUN 1967

    A No 10 delay switch, known as a "Time Pencil", for use with detonators or fuzes when employing demolition charges.

  • Fuze No 100 Mk I

    Fuze No 100 Mk I

    part of "Shell 18 Pdr HE with Fuze No 100" (Weapons and ammunition)

    MUN 545.2

    Complete shell and fitted Fuze No 100 MkI

  • Jerrican

    Jerrican

    (Equipment) Made by: Briggs Motor Bodies Ltd, Dagenham 1944

    FEQ 502

    Red metal petrol can with rubber plug with special spout.

  • Shell 18 Pdr HE (Sectioned)

    Shell 18 Pdr HE (Sectioned)

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    MUN 541

    Sectioned 18 Pdr shell, with no fuze, and in a natural metal finish

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