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INERT DEACTIVATED. Russian RGD-5 (Ruchnaya Granata Distantsionnaya), ¾ Sectioned (Hand Grenade). O 1567 - O 1567
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a Russian RGD-5 (Ruchnaya Granata Distantsionnaya), ¾ sectioned (Hand Grenade Remote). The grenade is a Russian post-World 2 anti-personnel fragmentation grenade, designed in the early 1950s and introduced into service after 1954. The grenade is made of two pressed steel parts crimped together. The fly off handle fuse is made of steel and is complete with its original fly off lever and safety pin. The fly off lever is stamped on the outside -88, DS-62 06 and is stenciled in 24 in purple. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. O 1567
£225.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Russian RGD-5 (Ruchnaya Granata Distantsionnaya, ¾ Sectioned (Hand Grenade). O 1566 - O 1566
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a Russian RGD-5 (Ruchnaya Granata Distantsionnaya), ¾ sectioned (Hand Grenade Remote). The grenade is a Russian post-World 2 anti-personnel fragmentation grenade, designed in the early 1950s and introduced into service after 1954. The grenade is made of two pressed steel parts crimped together and retains its green painted finish. The grenades body is stenciled in white RGD-5. The fly off handle ¾ sectioned fuse is made of steel and is complete with its original fly off lever, safety pin and alloy gaine. The fly off lever is stamped on the outside -83, Russian script and 22 within a two circle monogram. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. O 1566
£275.00

INERT DEACTIVATED, WW2 1942 Dated British No.68 AT (Anti Tank) DRILL Grenade. O 1564 - O 1563
INERT DEACTIVATED. The Grenade, Rifle No. 68 /AT was a British anti-tank rifle grenade used during WW2.The No. 68 was an early form of shaped charge grenade, and has some claim to have been the first High Explosive, Anti-Tank (HEAT) device in use. The design of the warhead was simple and was capable of penetrating 52mm (2 inches) of armour in 1940. The fuse of the grenade was armed by removing a pin in the tail which prevented the firing pin from flying forward. The grenade was launched from a rifle cup. The four fins gave it some stability in the air and, provided the grenade hit the target at the proper angle (90 degrees), the charge would be effective. Detonation occurred on impact, when a striker in the tail of the grenade overcame the resistance of a creep spring and was thrown forward into a stab detonator. This is an original, inert, British WW2 service pattern DRILL No. 68 MK IIII AT grenade. One of the fins is crisply cast with No-68 ATI/L and 1942 is on another fin. There is also has a small ‘pdc’ mark in an oval near the base of one of the fins (A and F Pears Limited, Die Casting Co, Peterborough). The projectile retains most of its original light grey paint . Its body is hollow and its screw off cap will have a black rubber weighted insert in it which can be seen through 2 x ¼” holes drilled diagonally in the body. Its integral fins are secure and straight. A bolt is used to secure the circular gas check to the base of the projectile. A steel safety pin plate is attached to the grenade split pin by a piece of white string an on it is written TO BE WITHDRAWN FROM GRENADE BEFORE FIRING . Inset in image 2 a contemporary photograph shows a member of the Home Guard with a rifle equipped to fire an anti-tank grenade at Dorking, 3 August 1942. Price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1564
£275.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. Original Austro-Hungarian WWI 1st Model Zeitzünder Gewehrgranate "Corn" Rifle Grenade. O 1546 - O 1546
DEACTIVATED INERT. Original WW1 Austro-Hungarian 1st Model Zeitzünder ("time fuze") rifle grenade, known as Gewehrgranate. The grenade has an inertial pull-fuze. When fired, the weight of the end piece would pull the friction igniter, automatically setting the time delay. Also, by just removing the rod, they could be used as hand grenades, one of the useful features of this type of time delay fuze. The soldier would need to pull off the fuze, as simply throwing it would not create enough inertia. There are arsenal marks stamped into the body of the grenade near to the base. This is the first variant of the grenade is heavily segmented, both inside and out, the later model has a smooth casing. No licence is required to possess this inert grenade in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. O 1546
£375.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. WW1 Original German Model 1913 Rifle Grenade. O 1545 - O 1545
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original WW1 German Model 1913 rifle grenade. This rifle grenade was the first developed by the Germans and consists of a cast iron pre segmented cylinder with a brass nose fuse. The body was screwed onto a brass adapter and there is a 18 inch rod with a copper gas check screwed into the bottom of it. The grenade is fitted with an 8cm range reducing disc under the brass nose fuse. This disc was used to reduce the range of the projectile when fired at close ranges. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1545
£295.00

RESERVED (20/12) DEACTIVATED INERT. French WW1 Grenade Incendiaire Et Fumigene AB Modele 1916 Incendiary Hand Grenade. O 1532 - O 1532
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a rare French WW1 Grenade Incendiaire Et Fumigene AB Modele 1916 introduced in 1916 and was an incendiary hand grenade with a percussion fuse. The grenade consists of a 2 piece pressed steel body with a screwed neck for the fuse. The screw in brass percussion fuse has a pull off brass protective cover to protect the arming plunger which is pressed against something hard to activate it. There is a small wick at the bottom of the tapered fuse. The grenade was intended to make smoke or set fire to crops. No licence is required to possess this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1532
£375.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. British L2 Series Experimental Trials Hand Grenade. O 1528 - O 1529
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is an experimental British L2 series experimental trials hand grenade and consists of a steel body with spiral fragmentation grooves machined into the body. The body is painted a dark purple which designates it to be a British experimental hand grenade. The body weighs 415 grams and has a no makings. The fuse is unmarked except for a casting number QX2267 on one side and 6M on the other side. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert items in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1529
£395.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. British L56A1 (Chorley) Practice Hand Grenade. O 1528 - O 1528
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a British L159A1 practice hand grenade commonly called the Chorley grenade due to it being made at ROF(Royal Ordnance Factory) Chorley in Lancashire. The grenade has a mid-blue hard rubber body and has raised lettering PRAC over GREN. L56A1 XEL and 11 over 90 (date) within a circle. The grenade is fitted with a L134A1fuse assembly. The fly off lever is blue and is stencilled in white L134A CY (Chorley) 04-91 (date) 054 . The base has a hollow cavity 25mm in diameter 60mm deep. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert items in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. O 1528
£175.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. Rare Gallipoli Era Turkish WW1 Pattern 1914 Model No 2 Cricket Ball Hand Grenade. Sn. 16973 - 16973
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is rare Gallipoli era Turkish WW1 Pattern 1914 Model No 2 cricket ball hand grenade developed by Tufenidjieff and was manufactured by the Kalafat Yeri Foundries at Constantinople. This grenade is made of a Zinc alloy with segmented shrapnel squares cast into the outer body. The Turkish 1914 model hand grenade, better known to the Australians as a ‘cricket ball’ grenade, was developed by Tufenidjieff, according to an August 1915 translation of a Turkish handbook by the Intelligence section of the Headquarters Unit, Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. The grenades were manufactured by the Kalafat Yeri Foundries at Constantinople and they formed an essential part of the Turkish Army’s capability. The grenade has its original holed lug with an original belt ring. The grenade has Turkish script cast on a panel on the body of the grenade. The body has a brass fuse which appears to be a modern reproduction, the original being extremely rare. No licence is required to possess in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. The price includes UK delivery Sn. 16973
£395.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. British L56A1 (Chorley) Practice Hand Grenade. Sn. O 1515 - O 1515
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a British L159A1 practice hand grenade commonly called the Chorley grenade due to it being made at ROF(Royal Ordnance Factory) Chorley in Lancashire. The grenade has a mid-blue hard rubber body and has raised lettering PRAC over GREN. L56A1 XEL and 12 over 87 (date) within a circle. The grenade is fitted with a L134A1fuse assembly. The fly off lever is blue and is stencilled in white L134A1 CY (Chorley) 04-88 (date) 046 . The base has a hollow cavity 25mm in diameter 60mm deep. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert items in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. Sn. O 1515
£175.00
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