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DEACTIVATED INERT. Unfired, Belgian Mecar Telgren M93BG Practice Rifle Grenade Rifle For The 5.56mm FNC Rifle. - O 1628
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is an unfired Belgium Mecar Telgren M93BG Practice Rifle Grenade Rifle For The FNC (Fabrique Nationale Carabine). The rifle was made by FN Herstal in the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge from the 1970s. The grenade is of a bullet through design meaning that the bullet exits through the nose of the grenade, so a special blank cartridge is not needed. The grenade fits onto the barrel and is armed by pulling the nose section of the rifle grenade forward. In doing so, a spring loaded black plastic rear sight pops up with graduations for 50, 100 and 150 metres. The telescopic body of the grenade also has white stenciling on the body above the fins with CAL. 5.56 and ranges MAXI, 300, 250, and 200 yards. The grenade retains all of its original blue painted finish with white stenciling. The telescopic nose of the grenade is stenciled in white GREN RFL 5,56 MM BULLET THROUGH PINT M93BG LOT 0001 F9B 93 (1993 manufacture date). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this rifle grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1628
£145.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. 120mm Brandt High Explosive (HE) Heavy Mortor - O 1623
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a Brandt 120mm high explosive heavy mortor which consists of a cast iron body with an alloy fin assembly. The nose has a screw in cast iron adaptor for the nose fuse which acts as a gaine for the bomb. The mortor retains most of its original pale yellow finish to the body and black paint to the fins. The mortor is fitted with a DM MODSG93B0002 alloy nose fuse. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert mortor in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1623
£325.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired Original British L54A1 81MM Illuminating Mortar. - 19425
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an unfired British L54A1 illuminating mortar for the L16 British mortar. This mortar replaced the standard British 3 inch mortar in 1965 and is in current use today. This mortar retains much of its original white finished body and the gray anodised finish tail unit. The mortar is stenciled in white round its circumference 81mm M ILUM K54A1 , the illuminating sign and SIL11-09051A. The body is stamped at the back SIL-19-091-vm-433 C850TTT1. The top of the tail fin assembly is stamped TV180 RG11/07. The mortar is fitted with an alloy time nose fuse and is stamped round its circumference DM93-505.39 LOT SG-09H1499. The time ring is graduated to 54. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert mortor in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 19425
£175.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Russian 1976 Dated 73mm SPG-9 ‘Kopye’ (Spear) Recoilless, Rocket Assisted, Fin Stabilised High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT) Round. - 19426
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an excellent Russian 73mm SPG-9 recoilless, rocket assisted, fin stabilised High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT) round complete with its launching cartridge. This was used as in vehicle mounted weapon in the BMP-1 amphibious infantry armoured vehicle. The green painted projectile retains most of its original finish and black stencilling round the top of the projectile 378-1-76 K SZKOLNY. The projectile is stencilled in black under this PG-9 406 1 – 76. The projectile is then stencilled in black round the waist 1 – 76-406 and RG-9 406- 1-76 (date) NISJ – 2K 14-3-71 WPZ – 9 28-7 3Cz R6 21-1-71 378-1-76 K . The projectile has a white band 15mm wide round its circumference. The alloy nose fuse plug fitted to the top of the round and is complete with its cloth pull off safety pin with Russia writing on it. The alloy fin stabilised lower part of the round consists of six flip out alloy fins with 11 stencilled in black on the boss. The fins are kept retained by a black steel coil wire. The steel cartridge case is headstamped EZKOLNY 184 OVER N AND 30. The cartridge case is also stencilled in black round its circumference S2KOLNY P?..15P NB 60-1-7? 73-34 161G. The steel percussion primer is stamped SZK and 184. Price for this excellent condition SPG9 includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 19426
£395.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired, British L87A1 Practice HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) Rifle Grenade For The SA80 Rifle. - O 1614
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an unfired British 87A1 practice HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) rifle grenade for the current SA80 British service rifle. The rifle grenade consists of a pale blue anodised body with a white plastic fin assembly which has 6 fins moulded in. There is also a 75mm white plastic sleeve above this the plastic fin moulding is held on by a steel crimped on collar. The body is stencilled in white GREN RFL PRAC HEAT L87A1 I.M.I. (Israel Military Industries) 01-98-01 . Price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert rifle grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1614
£125.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. Unfired Original Full Carrying Case of Six (6), 1944 Dated British 2 Inch Practice (High Explosive) Mortar Reissued In 1952 In Transit Tube and the original 1944 Dated No.9 Carrying Case & No.B167A Steel Outer Case. - O 1708
DEACTIVATED INERT. British original case of 6, WW2, 1944 dated unfired 2 Inch Practice (high explosive) mortar in their original cardboard transit tubes, No 9 Mk 1 steel carrying case and B167A outer case. The mortars consists of original WW2, 1944 dated steel mortar bodies which are stamped lightly round their circumference 2” MOR 1 ASC 11/44 (November 1944 date). The mortors were fitted with new tailfins and charges in 1952 and reissued for use. The steel fin assembly S&W 2/52 (February 1952) and a crowfoot on one fin and No4 , a crowfoot 84D and a stencil on another fin. The alloy primer protector has cast in to it 50 (1950 date) S and ORB1. There are traces of a red thread sealer round this cap. The painted body retains most of its original black finish, including its yellow (practice) band at the middle of its body and the red band near the nose signifying an explosive content, (the propellant). The mortor is stencilled round its circumference 2” MOR MK1/1 and a crowfoot in white. The steel nose cap representing the safety cap on the nose of the mortor is stamped REMOVE BEFORE FIRING (picked out in yellow) and retains its original lacquered finish. The mortors are contained in their original cardboard transit tube which is segmented internally into two halves and is complete with their originally brown painted steel end caps. The thick black cardboard tube is stencilled in yellow CONT. No. 215 MK. 1 SV.67 A 1952 (date) LOT456 2RONDS 2 MOR PRAC. MK1/1 W/CART (2 rounds, 2” mortor practice mark 1/1 with the propelling cartridge) and in red EXPLOSIVE). The 1944 dated No.9 mark 1 rectangular open steel carrying case has a hinge on one end of the top and a clasp fastener on the other end. There is a folding steel carrying handle on the lid and two metal loops for a webbing carrying strap. This case carries the 3 cardboard mortor tubes. The mortor case is contained withinin a number B167A steel outer carrying case that originally held 3 mortor carriers. The brown painted B167A carrying case has 2 folding steel handles and is stencilled in yellow on the front ML 2IN. 18 BOMBS MOR PRAC Mk 1/1 STEEL TAILS No4 IN 3 CARRIER No 9 AND 9 CONTAINERS 215 and LOT 456. The lid of the container is impressed on the lid B167A SV-50A MARK 1 SF 1952. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert mortors in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1708
£975.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. Unfired Original Pair Of 1944 Dated British 2 Inch Practice (High Explosive) Mortar Reissued In 1952 In No 215 Cardboard Transit Tube. - O 1707
DEACTIVATED INERT. British original pair of WW2, 1944 dated unfired 2 Inch Practice (high explosive) mortar in their original cardboard transit tube. The mortars consists of original WW2, 1944 dated steel mortar bodies which are stamped lightly round their circumference 2” MOR 1 ASC 11/44 (November 1944 date). The mortors were fitted with new tailfins and charges in 1952 and reissued for use. The steel fin assembly S&W 2/52 (February 1952) and a crowfoot on one fin and No4 , a crowfoot 84D and a stencil on another fin. The alloy primer protector has cast in to it 50 (1950 date) S and ORB1. There are traces of a red thread sealer round this cap. The painted body retains most of its original black finish, including its yellow (practice) band at the middle of its body and the red band near the nose signifying an explosive content, (the propellant). The mortor is stencilled round its circumference 2” MOR MK1/1 and a crowfoot in white. The steel nose cap representing the safety cap on the nose of the mortor is stamped REMOVE BEFORE FIRING (picked out in yellow) and retains its original lacquered finish. The mortors are contained in a Number 215 cardboard transit tube which is segmented internally into two halves and is complete with their originally brown painted steel end caps. The thick black cardboard tube is stencilled in yellow CONT. No. 215 MK. 1 SV.67 A 1952 (date) LOT456 2RONDS 2 MOR PRAC. MK1/1 W/CART (2 rounds, 2” mortor practice mark 1/1 with the propelling cartridge) and in red EXPLOSIVE). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert mortors in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1707
£350.00

INERT DEACTIVATED, Rare, WW2, Russian 1939 Dated 1Kg. ZAB-1 incendiary Bomb. - O 1705
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare and original Russian 1939 dated 1Kg. ZAB-1 E air dropped incendiary bomb. The bomb consists of a 60mm alloy body with 5 flame holes under the nose fuse. The bomb weighs 914 grams, is 405mm in length with a diameter of 60mm. The steel AM-B nose fuse is armed by a rotating vane on the nose unscrewing off in flight. The fuse has 8 vanes and is stamped XB3 and 3-39 round its circumference. The alloy body is stamped 56 61 39 round the top of its circumference. The bomb has a tail fins which is manufactured out of four pressed steel fins held to the body by four screws. The fins retain much of their original green paint and are stencilled in black at the base of one of the fins 80 over 211 over 1939 (date). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert fuse in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1705
£595.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. French OF 37 Drill Hand Grenade. - O 1702
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a French OF37 drill fragmentation hand grenade first introduced into service in 1937. The grenade is of a two piece pressed steel construction with the two halves crimped round the centre. The fuse well was made of aluminium and was crimped onto the grenade, This grenade is similar to the DF 37 grenade, the main difference is it being of 2 piece construction as opposed to one piece of the latter. This grenade retains all of its original white painted finish and is stencilled in blue Of 37 1 ECN 72 INERTE round the circumference. The alloy fuse has cast into it RY1 and the steel fly off handle is stamped 55 RYN 62 on it with a square blob of blue paint above the safety pin. No licence is required to possess this hand grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display and the price includes UK delivery. O 1702
£195.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. French WW1, Fusee Modele 1914 Hand Grenade. - O 1701
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a French WW1, Fusee Modele 1914 hand grenade that was introduced at the start of World War in 1914. This grenade was first introduced as the Mli 1847 hand grenade with a simple wick fuse. This grenade was improved in 1882 as the fusee modele 1882 which replaced the wick fuse with a simple push in, pull lanyard type fuse. This hand grenade was in service with the French at the start of the First World War and was improved in 1914 by making the fuse a screw in brass housing to replace the push in wooden fuse of the Mle 1882. This fuse incorporated a protective wooden surround to protect the pull wire. This fuse still required a pull lanyard to operate it. This improved version of the grenade, the fusee modele 1914 had internal segmentation to the inside to improve fragmentation reached the front line troops in 1915 but was not waterproof and was unreliable in service. This hand grenade was soon replaced by more modern hand grenades. This is an excellent example of the French fusee modele 1914 and consists of a cast iron body with a brass fuse housing the protective wood surround and the pull wire. No licence is required to possess this hand grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display and the price includes UK delivery. O 1701
£245.00
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