WWII Mk1 Mill’s Bomb No. 36 Inert Grenade – Complete
A great example of a genuine Mk1 Mill’s Bomb from WW2. In good condition for it’s age, this is a completely safe “Inert” grenade – All parts are there, including base. M8 stamped on the body.
The No. 36 Mk. 1 was first introduced in May 1918. It used the No. 23 Mk III body with a new-style plug. Mostly made of iron, it was drilled and threaded for attaching a metal disk called a gas check to fire the grenade from a cup discharger (Burns) mounted on a rifle’s muzzle and launched using a balastite blank cartridge.
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