I think they are British from 1997 but I could be wrong.
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Look Aussie to me, both 1997 dated.
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We use these grenades as signal smoke for choppers in Afghan & places like that..wind direction & all that stuff. Also they pop up on exercise so they would get used a smoke grenades like white phos but 100 times slower!!!..So you could smoke off the enemy with lots of pretty colours!!!. So they are British grenades could be sold else where mind!!!. Cheers Terry.
thanks for the info guys much appreciated as always . I thought they were pretty cool something you don't come across very often over this way .