CONFEDERATE COPPER TIME FUSE ADAPTER

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Item Code: 766-12102

This is the short pattern fuse adapter for use in spherical artillery shells. These replaced the Bormann time fuses, which had a high rate of failure, in the Spring of 1863 and continued to be used to the end of the war.

These adapters were cast and then turned on a lathe. This one is threaded with the typical 12 threads per inch. A central hole was drilled out to accept the paper time fuse (and a burnt paper fuse remains). All featured a flanged head with two spanner holes. This specimen measures 1.41” long x 1.25” across the flange. This example has a little taper to the lower portion.

This fuse adapter is in good condition and has a brown patina.   [jet]

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