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A beautiful gift from a friend-grenades!! ID Please...

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    Default A beautiful gift from a friend-grenades!! ID Please...

    I do not know anything about them.. please help.. TNX
    WWI? WWII? German? Bulgarian??
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    Very nice! One is a Bulgerian defensive stickgrenade, in use till well after ww2. I dont know what origin the lemon is, looks like a French F1 but its not.

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    Quote by Feuerbach View Post
    Very nice! One is a Bulgerian defensive stickgrenade, in use till well after ww2. I dont know what origin the lemon is, looks like a French F1 but its not.
    Not WWII??? omg...

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    Yes it could well be, I just said they carried on using them after the war, but they were first made in the 1920's. Not ww1 as they say on your link.

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    thank you,thank you,thank you very much!!!!

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    The second one is an French F1 with ww1 fuze.

    F1 & fuzes

    Lex...know!

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    TNX lokvar..confuses me "K3" mark.. maybe 3 is Z on cirilic leter??

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    Grenades with collection..
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    Quote by lokvar View Post
    The second one is an French F1 with ww1 fuze.

    F1 & fuzes

    Lex...know!
    It is a F1 grenade, and with a early fuze, but I don't think it is a French F1. Many countries used F1's, and the name F1 is now being used for all the grenades that have this model. I much more think this is a F1 from Russia or the Balkan than a French one.

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