German Concrete Stock Mine with igniter

The stock mine (Stok Mijn in German) although primarily made from concrete was impregnated with bits of metal, it used a 100gm charge which was ignited by a zz35 or zz42 igniter and usually set off with a trip wire. Other igniters and modes of detonation can be found with these but the previous is the most commonly found set up. This specimen has much of the original desert tan paint remaining and is supplied with a ZZ35 pull igniter, completely empty and inert. Very unusual artifact from WWII and completely original.

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$135.00

German Concrete Stock Mine with igniter AR171

German Concrete Stock Mine with igniter Description

The stock mine (Stok Mijn in German) although primarily made from concrete was impregnated with bits of metal, it used a 100gm charge which was ignited by a zz35 or zz42 igniter and usually set off with a trip wire. Other igniters and modes of detonation can be found with these but the previous is the most commonly found set up. This specimen has much of the original desert tan paint remaining and is supplied with a ZZ35 pull igniter, completely empty and inert. Very unusual artifact from WWII and completely original.

German Concrete Stock Mine with igniter Additional Information

Catalog Number AR171