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Article about: we were told that our grenade was ww1 turkish but it do not look like the one in the pic you have just sent.some more pics of ours attached

  1. #11

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    There are a bunch of different kinds out there. This is not the in question..for sure.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Pineapple-Grenade--19160.jpg  

  2. #12

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    Funny pineapple grenade above, classic as used in tropical climate? The british were still using a grenade at the start of WW1, the No 15 ball grenade that used a fuse similar to the "unidentified grenade", just an example you might to search from

  3. #13

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    [QUOTE=packin9;21104]I tried to look for one like it but no luck. Maybe there's one in this group.[/QUOT

    Amazing collection of grenade you have packin9 !! very impressive !

  4. #14

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    Its Turkish ,theres an almost identical one shown on this link http://www.bocn.co.uk/vbforum/uniden...hlight=turkish

  5. #15

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    [QUOTE=Pierre N;21134]
    Quote by packin9 View Post
    I tried to look for one like it but no luck. Maybe there's one in this group.[/QUOT

    Amazing collection of grenade you have packin9 !! very impressive !
    Wow......I wish!!! I got that off the internet.

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    oldsod1
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    From the finer frag pattern, it looks more like an early Japanese use version which does not rule out European manufacture. The other possible country of origin - perhaps Polish, depending on thread pattern.

  7. #17

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    This picture shows the Turkish type i was talking about in my previous post,The arabic text roughly translates as "type 2 infantry grenade" i cant see any text on yours so wonder if its the same type but different maker or a later or earlier type
    the photo is borrowed from Pascal post on my site
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Dscf0105%20%28Small%29.jpg  

  8. #18

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    Now that sure looks like it spotter!

  9. #19
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    Thank you Spotter, now the item recognized!
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

  10. #20

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    This is a first ww Turkish Grenade. It should have a brass fuze and was simply lit by hand using a match or cigarette. it should also have a steel ring on the lug for carrying on the belt.
    paul.

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