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WW2 1943 M36 Mk1 Mills Bomb Grenade

Article about: Hi all, i recently purchased my first m36 mills bomb, i have wanted one since i started collecting but never found one for the price i wanted to pay. What do you guys think? I know these are

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    Hi all, i recently purchased my first m36 mills bomb, i have wanted one since i started collecting but never found one for the price i wanted to pay. What do you guys think? I know these are being replicated but i am quite sure it is original although i have little experience with these.

    Cheers

    Harry
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    Looks Good to Me.

    DEan O
    Canada

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    looks ok.

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    Cheers guys, i was confident it was genuine but wanted a second opinion, the high amount of fakes around makes me even doubt original items sometimes.

    Many Thanks
    Harry

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    Nice original one ,these have shot up in price over the past few years

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    Nice mills bomb. You can probably identify the manufacturer from the markings on the body. I used this site Mills grenades to find out who had made mine.

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    Thanks for the reply, i checked the website out, very informative, and yes i think these are usually over the 100 mark with some dealers wanting around 200!!

    Many Thanks

    Harry

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ID:	748124. Hi Harry, looks better than mine....Lol
    The price of these war relics are shooting up in price due to the start of the war 100 years ago etc.
    Regards SK

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    aha yes yours does seem to be in relic condition, is that the pin is can see still intact? also it looks to be ground dug, how do you know it is free of explosives?

    Cheers

    Harry

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    That's a real one alright...maker is A.Kendrick of West Bromwich.Warning...they are addictive!


    I'm not the only one who enjoys pulling the pin and letting the lever fly...am I?!

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