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M24 frag Sleeves..

Article about: While I had a little free time I cleaned up a few bits,, was surprised how well they cleaned up. lots of crud in the grooves and was well cemented in there,, but came loose after a bit of wo

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    Default M24 frag Sleeves..

    While I had a little free time I cleaned up a few bits,, was surprised how well they cleaned up.

    lots of crud in the grooves and was well cemented in there,, but came loose after a bit of work
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    and another one.. not as bad as the other one,
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    like them.

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    Thanks Harryamb2 , here are the same 2 with some more, the photo doesn't do them justice really, will take better ones later.
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    Very nice and expensive I think!!

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    Hi.. they can be expensive ,, prices range from ( for a really nice one with all its paint ) from 300 to 500 euros nice dug ones clean from 100 up.

    A friend of mine had a really mint 1943 one,, very rare,, 500 Euros,, pitty I didn't have the spare cash to buy it

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    These are really very nice examples. I have only some but in relic condition. Actually these sleeves were also used with M43 model Stielhandgranate.

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    Hello.. thank you ,, yes the M24 and M43 are the same can/topf.. just different end of manufacturing.
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    that is a very nice display.

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    Quote by Ian Hayes View Post
    that is a very nice display.
    In a nice DETOLF cabinet from IKEA, the favourite of militaria collectors!

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