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    Hi folks, I am in the process of putting together the parts to make a complete (inert) M24 stick grenade. I purchased this igniter and pull cord from SV Militaria and I want to make sure I have the correct type. I have identified it as a Bz 39 type used in stick hand grenades. I know there is a variant for Nebel or smoke grenades. This appears to be the correct type to pair up with an M24. It will be matched up with the stick portion shown here and a Winter type cap. Comments appreciated. Still working on locating an inert head piece. NH

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    No comments. I did some more research and this is correct for the grenade. One question I have is how to connect the pull wire to the aluminum tube? NH

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    Does this help? Handgranaten

    This site is good but I think the first link shows the details Brennzünder 39

    A better pic http://www.lexpev.nl/images/bz39drawing.jpg

    Tony

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    Hi Neil there should a small loop coming out of the bottom of the aluminum tube its normally just a thin wire and one of the reason most are missing from the igniter as they break off quite easily

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    Thanks guys. Tony - the first link you posted shows the correct model for grenades. The second one is for smoke grenades. It is confirmed that I have a correct type. The smoke grenade fuse was modified and appears a bit different. Kradman - the wire I have seems to be totally intact. It is misshapen a bit but looks to be complete. I don't think I will attempt to insert it into the fuse so that it remains intact. NH

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    I didn't know the HG 24 cans used to have a loop on them and have only just noticed it in the diagram.

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