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Crusty ole Stick grens

Article about: In the middle of a sort out and remembered these old dogs thought i'd share them as they're are going to a new home soon, All lake recovered and inert of course, looked great when they first

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    In the middle of a sort out and remembered these old dogs
    thought i'd share them as they're are going to a new home soon,

    All lake recovered and inert of course, looked great when they first surfaced,,,but in the post they dried out and arrived like this

    Regards nick,,

    p.s Steve not forgot you mate, I will be in touch this week
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    i love the banana grenade .....
    i wouldnt have thought a shaft could warp that much

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    yardbird78
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    I hope that you are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that those grenades are inert. I have seen several instances of supposedly inert ordnance detonating and causing serious injury.

    Darwin

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    I think they are brilliant!!! Have they all been sold?
    Andy

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    Quote by yardbird78 View Post
    I hope that you are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that those grenades are inert. I have seen several instances of supposedly inert ordnance detonating and causing serious injury.

    Darwin

    10000% sure they are inert, all the can are empty.. completley empty.
    Regards nick,,

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    yardbird78
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    thanks for the quick reply. How does the explosive force of one of those compare to the US "Pineapple" grenade?

    Darwin

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    Quote by yardbird78 View Post
    thanks for the quick reply. How does the explosive force of one of those compare to the US "Pineapple" grenade?

    Darwin
    Hi.. not to sure,,i know these were filled with TNT and had a radius of 20 feet, but with the thin can it is more of a concusion device,,but with the frag sleeve fitted it became more destructive, more steel around the can better force of explosion and frag splitnters.. regards nick,

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