Ordnance

Items 81 to 95 of 95

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

List  Grid 

Set Descending Direction
  1. Shrapnel Balls, Lead

    Shrapnel Balls, Lead
    Lead shrapnel balls from 18 pdr projectile, .425 inch diameter, price per 10 balls
    More...
    $5.00
  2. AR394 Soviet 57mm M51 cartridge case

    Soviet 57mm M51 cartridge case
    Used in the Soviet ZiS-2 Soviet anti tank gun of WWII vintage, an interesting gun with 13 ft long barrel, Kept in service long after WWII ended and tank armour became resistant to such small calibre rounds. This uncommon specimen is 1952 dated. 17 ¼ inch overall length and very heavy at the base due to the extremely thick brass and rim. Nicely marked. Interesting Cold War collectable.
    More...
    $145.00
  3. 1 Soviet POMZ-2 mine

    Soviet POMZ-2 mine
    Anti personnel mine used by Russian and Warsaw pact forces from WWII to later conflicts including Korea and Viet Nam. Mine consists of fragmented body mounted on a sharpened wooden stake, triggered by trip wire. Empty and inert.
    More...
    $80.00
  4. Subcaliber round for 3.5 inch Rocket Launcher

    Subcaliber round for 3.5 inch Rocket Launcher
    Used on the US M20 Super Bazooka, 3.5 inch rocket launcher which takes a subcaliber device that fires this practice round.
    More...
    $35.00
  5. AR445 US 155mm M104 Artillery Projectile

    US 155mm M104 Artillery Projectile
    The M104 155mm Projectile is a chemical artillery shell designed for use by the U.S. Army. It was specifically designed to carry about 11.7 pounds of sulfur mustard H or HD blister gas. Unfired, nicely marked, empty, comes with dummy fuze.
    More...
    $595.00
  6. AR446 US 155mm M2 Dummy Projectile

    US 155mm M2 Dummy Projectile
    Dummy or drill projectiles are used by troops to practice handling ammunition and practice loading and unloading weapons. They come in the same calibers as tactical ammunition and may be made from wood, bronze, steel, or plastic. Original condition with some original paint remaining. No fuze on this model. Last photo in the group shows what the round looks like when in like new condition. This is for information only. This photo is not the actual round offered for sale.
    More...
    $395.00
  7. AR310 US 155mm Practice Projectile

    US 155mm Practice Projectile
    Original condition 155mm projectile for practice handling and loading. Some original black paint remaining with red paint band around body. Dummy fuze unscrews. Brass shoulder of projectile protects chamber from damage during repeated practice loadings. Base has hole with lip to facilitate drawing the projectile out of the chamber. 23 inches overall length (58.5cm).
    More...
    $495.00
  8. AR425 US 90mm M19 brass casing 1942 dated

    US 90mm M19 brass casing 1942 dated
    Used with the US 90mm Anti Aircraft gun of WWII. Also a tank round post war. Original, very good condition with primer, completely empty and inert.
    More...
    $195.00
  9. AR418 US 90mm XM200 steel casing

    US 90mm XM200 steel casing
    Viet Nam era 90mm steel casing, dated 1969. Probably used in a tank of that era. Original lacquered exterior with some minor rusting. No primer. Empty and inert.
    More...
    $65.00
  10. AN433 US M21A1 Parachute Flare

    US M21A1 Parachute Flare
    Original, WWII era M21A1 Amber Signal Flare in M104 container. Designed to be fired from an M1 Garand rifle, to a height of 200 to 300 meters. The flare will then hang from a small parachute and float to the ground while illuminating a large area.
    More...
    $135.00
  11. US M22 "Dragon" rocket launcher

    US M22 "Dragon" rocket launcher
    Original early Raytheon M222 "Dragon" missile launcher, tube only. Completely empty and inert. Fired, the rear foam pad is blown off. The front pad is intact as it was removed before firing. No optical sight is available. 1979 dated, this was one of the Cold War weapons that was going to blow away the tanks as the Russian horde advanced across Eastern Europe. Comes with Field Manual, laminated display information sheet and comes in its own original shipping crate. Great display item for advanced ordnance collector. Possibly the only one in private ownership in Canada.
    More...
    $1,195.00
  12. AR331 US M72 LAW Rocket Launcher A3

    US M72 LAW Rocket Launcher A3
    US M72 66mm LAW (Light Anti Tank Weapon) launcher, A3 version. Fired, empty and inert tube in complete and exceptional condition. Sights, end caps, strap, springs and all rubber and fibre washers are in Excellent condition. All labels are intact and the tube shows very little handling.
    More...
    $895.00
  13. AR388 US World War One Mark 1 Aerial Bomb RARE

    US World War One Mark 1 Aerial Bomb  RARE
    Rare example of a US WW1 aerial bomb. Retains about 95% original green paint. Empty and inert.
    More...
    $595.00
  14. World War One French Lance Projector bomb

    World War One French Lance Projector bomb
    Rarest of the rare spigot mortar bomb used in trench warfare WWI from a pedestal mounted projector called the Lance Projector, or similar name probably in French. A complete example of this projector and bomb is currently on display in the little known private museum at Notre Dame de Lorette French National War Memorial and Cemetery. Bomb in original condition with propeller arming device at nose, missing one clip for nose cap. Original paint remaining. RARE
    More...
    $595.00
  15. WWI package; deactivated Steyr 1895 rifle and two grenades

    WWI package; deactivated Steyr 1895 rifle and two grenades
    The grenades are; an Austro Hungarian Rifle Grenade, called the Zeitzunder Gewergranate, which is a time fuzed rod grenade fired from a rifle during World War One. This model is the first variant heavily serrated fragmentation grenade. Remarkably complete except for the pull igniter. Rod appears original. Empty and inert. ALSO, a hand grenade counterpart to the rifle grenade which appears to be the same heavily segmented model of grenade body with a wire handle substituted on the bottom in place of the launching rod and the remains of the pull fuze installed on the top of the grenade. Finally, an Austro Hungarian Steyr Mannlicher rifle Model 1895, deactivated (no licence required to purchase or own) for the purpose of displaying the rifle grenade without actually wearing out the muzzle and bore of a live firearm. Package price.
    More...
    $1,600.00

Items 81 to 95 of 95

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

List  Grid 

Set Descending Direction