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I have this piece in our box of random LEGO. It doesn’t have any studs to connect to so wonder if it’s even a LEGO piece. Added a picture with other pieces for size perspective. (Sorry about that!)

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    Can you take a picture of it next to a Lego 2x4 brick, or something of that nature to give us a better idea of the size? – JohnnyB Aug 12 at 1:48
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It is not LEGO but a clip for a Playmobil cannon.

https://www.libble.de/playmobil-7683/p/561335/

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    How the heck did you figure that out? That's awesome :) – JohnnyB Aug 12 at 17:28
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This piece doesn't look like any actual Lego piece that I am familiar with. The way the back of it is designed it looks likely that it snaps onto something. I'll throw a guess out here and suggest it possibly came off of a toy train or model train wheel assembly. It looks vaguely similar to the outside section of Lego part# 2878 (Train Wheel RC Train, Holder).

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