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Stick Grenade Arrived

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    Here's the new pictures. I gave the dry wood a single quick coat of BLO and gave the metal a wipe with oil.

    Only downside of it is the top pierced collar is a little loose. Anyone know how or if it can be tightened?
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    42 gok or gek?

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    Quote by SRB View Post
    42 gok or gek?
    42 gck for Gebr. Schuppener, Siegwerk, Siegen .

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    Nice original piece. timothy

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    When i am going to start placing my permanent mannequins later this year, i am going to get myself a couple of these g24`s.
    I found two Smoke? g24 in a pond some years ago, but i gave them to a friend of mine.
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

    "Be Humble and kind, for you may find that it was Odin you entertained"

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    nice stick grenade.

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    Another thing, I bought an original inert BZ39 fuse to go along with it. I paid full price for it, but it will look good on my grenade.
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    Very nice stick grenade.

    Where Can I buy other?. Im interested. And what is the Price?.

    The M24 is fantastic.

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    The top cap should be held on with small tack-like nails for this model I believe.

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    The top cap should be held on with small tack-like nails for this model I believe.
    There were two variations to how the top cap was secured to the handle.

    Early was the Screw Pin Attachment.

    Starting in 1942, they began being produced with a Pierced Tab Attachment.


    The bottom cap threads are fixed with small tack-like nails.

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