I know the part you're referring to, it's not that. I used to be a gas appliance engineer. For one thing the larger end is sealed. I agree with you though that it looks similar.
It's not a propane fittingby James
It's not visible in the photo, but there are two holes near the major diameter almost certainly for a pin spanner wrench to grip.
My army friend also immediately identified it as a mortar fuse, and I was careful not to tell him what I thought it was.
Now I'd like to figure out how to ensure it is inert so I can disassemble it.
Posted on Oct 8, 2017, 7:06 PM
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- It has to be inert. MarkT, Oct 8, 2017
- That's basically my plan. James, Oct 8, 2017
- Inerting.... Doc Nickel, Oct 8, 2017