RARE Russian WW1 Fuze & Adapter for 152mm Siege gun model 1910, recovered from the Charpatian Front in Eastern Poland. These fuzes are extremely hard to find, they are similar to 122mm shell fuzes however a slightly larder with larger adapters. These almost never surface as they disintegrated on impact.
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The 152 mm siege gun model 1910 was a heavy gun used by the Russian Army in World War I. The gun was designed by the French arms manufacturer Schneider and the first prototype was evaluated in Russia in 1909-10. A total of 73 guns were ordered from the Putilov Plant in 1912. However, only 51 guns were delivered by the end of the Civil War. A further 49 guns were ordered by the Red Army Artillery Administration in 1926 and 1928. All usable guns were upgraded to 152 mm gun M1910/30 in the early 1930s.