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WWII CUT AWAY MILLS No 36 TRAINING HAND GRENADE

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WWII CUT AWAY MILLS No 36 TRAINING HAND GRENADE

Training aid for the Mills no 36 hand Grenade dated 1940. Inside can be seen the coil spring that is released when the pin is pulled out, this fires the percussion cap (not present) which ignites the fuze, this burns for the time required normally around 5 seconds, which then fires the detonator on the end, firing the main charge. 75 Million hand grenades of of the Mills type were produced during WW1. For more information see Item A1141

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