German Hand Grenades of the Great War – The Stielhandgranate Part Two

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5 Responses to German Hand Grenades of the Great War – The Stielhandgranate Part Two

  1. Sid from Down Under says:

    This comment may throw other readers into mystification but I’m sure MJS you’ll understand I think I’ve solved “one clue”. Besides this your post being very informative ….. I’m sayin’ nothin’ about Man Cave business but I saw a Mills Bomb there too …. safety pin in place of course.

  2. Magicfingers says:

    An interesting Mills Bomb, actually, with a screwed base to enable it to be fired from a Lee Enfield. You gotta let me know about the latest aqcuisition – should I show the boys and girls, do you think?

  3. Sid from Down Under says:

    Like the rhetorical question “Is the Pope Catholic” ….. yes of course m’lad, share.
    By that I mean the holey tin not the Man Cave … and no pun there

  4. Sid from Down Under says:

    Hmmmm then – not mess tins lids …. I suspect not the helmet ……. that only leaves the undisclosed tease that is not shown in the Man Cave …. after intense deliberation (like for a split second) my answer remains a resounding fist pumping “Yes!”

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