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Mills 36 Mk 7

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    Have had this for a while colors are my own choosing so may not be correct, fuse and detonator are repro's and are stamped as such the grenade plate by accident when I brought it matches the grenades manufacture date a pure jag. Cheers will post other ordnance large & small that I have collected over the years as time goes by. Who is the manufacturer English or Australian! TIA
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    Hi mate, The Grenade is a bit of a mish mash of parts the body and base plug are British. The body is made by A. Marston & Co, not sure who the maker APDP is though.

    The base plate is Australian and made by R.B Davies.

    And welcome to the forum, good to see another Aussie on here... Even if you are one of those strange AFL lovers from the Western States! lol

    Cheers
    Luke.

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