Very uncommon grenade. Austrian M-16, smooth tube, cast iron canister or pipe type grenade. The M-16 employed a cardboard handle that had an internal pull string fuze. The Austrian M-16 applied a narrow wire handle to the top of the grenade to be utilized by the troops to carry the grenade on their belt. The explosive head of the M-16 weighed 1.2 kilograms and employed metal balls internally mixed with the explosive material.More...
The cardboard handle is gone and there are no internals to the grenade head. Completely inert.$195.00British World War One fragmentation rifle grenade. Launched from SMLE rifle by inserting the rod into the barrel and using a blank cartridge to launch the grenade into enemy territory. Grenade is highly segmented for fragmentaton with a nose fuze and safety mechanism behind the head released by the momentum of launching the grenade. Very good original conditon, missing nose cap and internal parts. Completely inert.More...$465.00VG+ original and complete (totally inert) fuze assembly for the Imperial German Karabingranate M 1914. This fuze represented new techology for the Germans as a true percussion fuze with inertia arming system. It is supplied with the very rare two pronged safety pin which was removed prior to inserting into the grenade to arm it. Two reference images have been attached to this listing to clarify the fuze positioning.More...$195.00Unique and complicated Model 1914 Rod Grenade with ranging disk. Maximum range was achieved with disk removed, 1/2 range with curved face of disk facing to the rear and 1/4 range with curved face forward. The rod was unscrewed and the disk fit between a keeper on the rod and the grenade. This specimen has the rod fixed in place or rusted in and there is evidence of tools being used to try to remove it at some point so the disk sits loosely on the rod. Original condition body shows some field gray paint. Complicated fuze is removable and inert. Very interesting WWI artifact. Rod grenades were replaced by cup discharger grenades in 1917.More...$395.00German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade. Original, with ceramic ball and string. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition but is rusted to handle. Wood handle is dark in colour and rough condition. Endcap is the winter type made to be gripped with gloves, and is in poor condition. Interesting artifact WWII.More...$495.00German World War Two Model 1924 (M24) stick grenade. Original condition. Handle beautifully marked “RR 564” and dated 1940'. Canister is Very Good overall condition with much of original stenciling visible on original paint. Canister is removable, complete with fuse (inert). End cap and housing are in good working condition, no ceramic ball or string present. A few small corrosion holes in end cap thread area. Interesting artifact WWII.More...$895.00German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade. Original, with ceramic ball and string. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition, marked RR 1940 with evidence of surface pitting and is not removable from housing. Wood handle is dark colour with surface crack about 4 inches long. Sound display condition. Interesting artifact WWII.More...$495.00German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade. Original, with ceramic ball but missing string. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition with small hole in canister near upper edge of frag sleeve. Comes with removable (inert) fuse . Smooth frag sleeve has fused to canister with corrosion. Wood handle is dark colour with stylized RR and date of 1940 markings visible. Darkened wood shows signs of being underground or under water for some time but still in sound condition. Interesting artifact WWII.More...$495.00German World War Two Model 24 (M24) stick grenade. Original, but missing ceramic ball, string and any remaining detonator device. Grenade canister is in Good overall condition and is removable. Wood handle is dark in colour, very good condition with “43 brb” marking. Endcap shows Waffenamt stamp. Interesting artifact WWII.More...$495.00
G177 No. 36 Mk 1 Grenade
G186 No. 36 Mk 1 grenade