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INERT DEACTIVATED. Original Korean War Era American Pineapple Mk 2 High Explosive Hand Grenade & M1A2 Rifle Grenade Adaptor. - O 2026
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original Korean War Era American Pineapple Mk 2 high explosive hand grenade first adopted in 1918, used throughout the Second World War and later in the Korean War. This hand grenade is complete with its original ADAPTER, GRENADE, PROJECTION, M1A2 GCK-3-1 11-52 (November 1952 date). The M1 series of adapters were solely for the use with the mark 2 pineapple hand grenade. The adaptor with the grenade is fitted onto a M7 spigot adaptor attached to the muzzle of the M1 Garrand rifle using a special blank cartridge. The grenade retains all of its original green painted finish with a ¼ inch wide yellow band next to the fuze assembly. The adaptor has 3 spring claws for holding the grenade and is in mint condition and retains all of its original green painted finish. The adaptor is stencilled in yellow on the side ADAPTER, GRENADE, PROJECTION, M1A2 GCK-3-1 11-52 (November 1952 date). There is no hole drilled in the bottom of the grenade. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert grenade and adaptor in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2026
£345.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. American Vietnam War Era, 1966 Dated, BDU-28B Pineapple DUMMY Cluster Bomb For Instruction Purposes. - O 2025
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an American Vietnam War era BDU-28B pineapple cluster bomb that was used extensively in the conflict. The bomblet was carried in SUU-24 bomb containers and when carried in a B52 bomber with two SUU-24 containers, it could dispense over 10,000 bomblets. The bomblets have a fold out fin assembly that stabilizes the bomblet to fall nose first. The nose is flat in shape so it could detonate on the ground, mud and water. Its main purpose however was against personnel and unarmoured targets. This is an inert American BDU-28B bomblet for instructional. The bomblet originally contained 250 steel pellets embedded in the explosive to give enhanced lethality against personnel. The bomblet retains all of its original red painted finish with the flat nose cap which is retained on by pressed lugs engaging on a circular depression at the nose of the bomblet. The spring loaded cap is stenciled in black DUMMY BOMB: BDU-28/B LOT LOP-1-2 6-66 (June 1966 date). under the cap is an alloy hollow charge cone and a tapered spring. The price includes UK delivery and no license is required to possess inert items in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2025
£375.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare, British, 1930s, WW2 Era, 8lb Mark 1, Bakelite Practice Bomb. - O 2024
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare early inter war, mid-1930s British bakelite 8lb mark 1 practice bomb that was used for low level practice against ground targets. The bomb was to be dropped from low levels and had either a lead ballast weight in it or a glass smoke producing canister inside. This empty bomb measures 16 inches in lengths and consists of a bakelite body with a pressed steel suspension ring attached to the middle and a safety pin and ring attached to the nose. The bomb has a pressed steel fin assembly with a pressed steel cruciform inside it to give it stability in dropping. The nose of the bomb has a red painted piece on it fwitha ¼ inch hole in it for a wooden rod to. The bakelite body is in excellent condition and there are no chips or cracks to the body. The price for this hard to find bomb includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2024
£295.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. French, 1938 Dated, Unfired Brandt Mle 35 60mm High Explosive (HE) Mortor. - O 2022
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is an unfired French, WW2, 1938 dated, Brandt Mle 35 mortor was first introduced into service in 1938 and continued until the 1960s. The mortors designation was the (Mortier Brandt de 60mm modele 35) and was a conventional muzzle loading mortor with a firing pin at the bottom of the mortor tube. This high explosive (HE) mortor had a cast iron body with a pressed steel fin assembly. The top of the body retains traces of its red painted ring and is stamped CO – 153 – NS – 37 (1937 date). The mortor is fitted with a brass nose fuse which has an alloy nose plunger and a screw in brass gaine. The fuse is stamped round its circumference 21/28B Mle 1935 ATS 19-38 (1938 date). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2022
£275.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. French, 1947 Dated, Unfired Brandt Mle 35 60mm Smoke Mortor. - O 2023
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is an unfired French 1947 dated, Brandt Mle 35 mortor was first introduced into service in 1938 and continued until the 1960s. The mortors designation was the (Mortier Brandt de 60mm modele 35) and was a conventional muzzle loading mortor with a firing pin at the bottom of the mortor tube. This smoke mortor round had a cast iron body with a pressed steel fin assembly. The mortor is fitted with a brass nose fuse which has an alloy nose plunger. The mortor has three smoke vent holes in the lower sides of the body and retains some of its original blue painted finish to the top of the mortor and fuze, The top of the body is stamped round its circumference ARS-1947-2-59. The brass propellant primer is headstamped Mle 60mm SL 1947. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2023
£275.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. Unfired, 1988 Dated Soviet PTAB2.5KO Fragmentation Bomblet. - O 2019
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is an unfired 1988 dated Soviet PTAB2.5KO HE-FRAG (High Explosive-Fragmentation) steel fragmentation bomblet that is dispersed from a container carried by aircraft and helicopters. This bomblet is an anti-tank/personal type with fragmentation rings to the external surface. There are 6 folding fins that deploy in flight and an arming propeller. PTAB translates to ‘Anti-tank aviation bomb. The air to ground fin stabilised fragmentation bomb was developed in the early 1950s and first introduced into service in April 1955. This fragmentation bomb is a Soviet PTAB2.5KO HE-FRAG (High Explosive Fragmentation) projectile which produced 75 splinters on detonation and was launched using dedicated rocket canisters,(ORO-57, ORO- 57K, UB-16-57 and UB-32 pods) holding 4 – 32 rockets. These canisters were fitted to standard bomb hardpoints on aircraft. Aircraft using this rocket were the MiG-15bis, MiG-17, Su-25 and the Mil 24 helicopter. The silver coloured fragmentation bombs body is stencilled round its circumference in black including STAB-2,5KO TEKOOA-3 M-350AM 611-88 9-88. The circumference of the screw in steel nose is stamped 2/84 57. The rear stabilising fins are kept retracted over the rocket venturi and spring out when the sleeve is removed. The fins are stencilled in black with the following numbers in circles 71 34 . The arming vane on the rear of the bomblet is stencilled in black 5-176 350? 9-88 (September 1988 date). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert bomblet in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2019
£375.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. French, WW2, 1934 Dated, Unfired Brandt Mle 27/31, 81mm High Explosive (HE) Mortor. - O 2018
DEACTIVATED INERT. The Brandt Mle 27/31 81mm mortor was first introduced into service in 1927 and continued in use until the 1960s. Edgar Williams Brandt whilst working for the Brandt company in France developed the British 3 inch Stokes mortor including new projectiles in the 1920-30s and influenced the design of most modern and pre-war mortors. The mortor was a conventional muzzle loading mortor with a firing pin at the bottom of the mortor tube. This is an unfired French 1934 dated, Brandt Mle 27/31 high explosive (HE) mortor for the Mortier Brandt de 81mm, 27/31and consists of a cast iron body with a steel nose fuze, adaptor sleeve, a turned and pressed steel fin assembly with a brass percussion nose fuze. The mortor retains its original orange painted finish to the top of the body which is stamped B29 33. The top of this adaptor ring is also stamped P-R-I-M-17. The top of the mortor has a steel fuse adaptor screwed into the body which is stamped 12 BT 6 34 (June 1934 date). The fuze adaptor is fitted with an impact fuze with a brass body and alloy nose plunger. The fin assembly is made out of a turned steel screw in bottom assembly with 3 fins spot welded to it. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2018
£475.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Russian RPG 7 High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT) Round. - O 2010
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a near mint Russian RPG 7 High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT) round for the unguided, shoulder-launched, anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade launcher first introduced in 1961. This black painted warhead retains much of its original black finish including all of its white stencilling on the alloy warhead. This includes nr-7 11 within two circles – 16 – 89 NHEPT and 11 within two circles – 16 -89 N together with other Russian symbols on the warhead. The green plastic nose plug is fitted to the top of the warhead. The lower part of the round retains all of its original green paint and is profusely stencilled in black nr-7n 11 within two circles -9-65 , PH?CN-5K 5-12-64 , 38-7r 11 within two circles -13-64 , 22-64 within two circles 11 within two circles -5-64 g-12. Below that, is the alloy tail section with four flip out alloy fins on pivots to the alloy tail section. This tail section id protected by a light green cardboard protective sleeve encasing the flip out fins with black Russian stencilling and nr-7n Hgn-38-3/64 10 within two circles, 11-65- 11 within two circles. Price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2010
£475.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. Unfired Original WW2, 1942 Dated British 2 Inch Practice (High Explosive) Mortar. - O 1992
DEACTIVATED INERT. British, original WW2, 1942 dated unfired 2 Inch Practice H.E. (high explosive) mortar complete with its DUMMY alloy nose fuse with a steel screw on safety cap. The body of the mortor is stamped 2” MOR EL 9/42 (September 1942 date) 39. The alloy dummy nose fuse has CHLtd 42 (1942 date) and a crowfoot stamped into the top. The fuse retains its original steel screw off safety cap. The lacquered body retains much of its original black finish, including its yellow (practice) band at the middle of its body and it is stencilled on the side in white 2 MOR GD . The alloy fin assembly is stamped 5 FDLtd 1942 - 2 (February 1942 date) – Z (Zinc alloy). One of the fins is painted red on one side. The primer protector screw on cap has WDC 42 (1942 date) cast into it. 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 1992
£225.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. WW2, 1940 Dated, Mills No 36M MK1, Hand Grenade by JP&S (Josiah Parkes & Sons, Willenhall, Staffordshire). Sn - 20840
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an excellent, WW2, 1940 dated Mills No.36M MK 1, hand grenade. The 36M refers to the pattern of Grenade 36 M originally 'Mesopotania' and the fact they were waterproofed. All of the major components are marked up the manufacturer Josiah Parkes & Sons, Willenhall, Staffordshire. The grenades cast iron body has cast into it JP&S Ltd on the front and retains much of its original varnished finish to the body together with most or the red filling crosses (high explosive) and a green ring signifying amatol as the explosive filling. The zinc screw in base plug is marked No36 M MK 1 Z WD over C JP&S 6 (Josiah Parkes & Sons, Willenhall, Staffordshire) and 40 on a circle (1940 date). The base plug is screwed for a rifle grenade base plate. The alloy filling plug is stamped with the letter Z (zinc alloy) WD over C and a crowfoot. The steel fly off handle is stamped JP&S Ltd (Josiah Parkes & Sons, Willenhall, Staffordshire). See pages 111-119 in ‘GRENADE’ British & Commonwealth Hand & Rifle Grenades by Rick Landers. The 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. Sn 20840
£325.00
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