Model 0: for a variety of 7.2” rockets. 4.190” long. Brass alloy, brass rod, steel, die-casting alloy, manganese-bronze, flexible fiber gasket. SIR (“spring-arming, impact-firing rocket”) fuzes were designed for retro-bombing in antisubmarine warfare. Developed in 1942-1943, they were not produced in large numbers because of the abandonment of retro-bombing. “A”: cutaway version; “B”: complete version.
Unidentified early fuze (1943) and plastic model, tagged “Reject.”
“A”: about 3.75” long, steel and brass, with cone-shaped cap; “B”: (model) about 2.5” long, steel, brass and clear plastic.
Unidentified fuze parts
Approx. 1” diameter; four matching pairs out of six pieces.
Unidentified fuze parts, one external, two internal