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    Pics of my mill grenade, the lever and striker pin are repros. The internal centre part is original. Was my Grandmothers door stop, used to be wrapped in a sock. I added the repro part for display purposes. I think it may be a practice grenade due to the cream colour .
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    also the holes make it a practice one.

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    What were the holes for ? . I thought it was for removing the explosive then that seemed a bit pointless, as why just not fill it in the first place. Were they just as an extra indicator .

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