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Some nice M24's n stuff

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Björn

Hi guys. Thought I'd just share some pictures of a few M24's from my collection.

Here's  a beautiful M24 lay out. The grenade is a 43 bdb, with Brennzünder 24 and fragmentation sleeve.

 

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Desert Rat

Great Item and Images Bjorn,

Here's one of my WW1 "Spud Mashers" after a soda clean

Thanks for showing us on MCN.

Best to you....Desert Rat/ Ian

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Björn

Very nice, and thanks @Desert Rat.
The ww1 examples are rare.

Here's a 1943 fcc produced M24 from my collection. This one is also a rare bird, as it is one of the very few m24's made with pressed threads between the head and the stick. Most 1943 models from this producer is the M43 grenades, with the igniter on top of the head instead of inside the stick.

 

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Edited out spelling errors.

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Björn

I was lucky to find a very nice crate for my grenades as well. Althou this picture is staged - I don't keep my grenades stored in the crate, as I'm afraid that the grenades might get damaged or scratched up.

 

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Desert Rat

Super Display and Images Bjorn,

That's the problem trying not to scratch any lifting them in and out, but really very impressive.....Thanks for showing us on MCN.

Keep sending us images of your collection.....It keeps getting better!!!

Best wishes.....Desert Rat/ Ian

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Richard Auld

Liking that frag sleeve!

My pal is liquidating his muni collection now, would you be interested in the variant fuses?

Can't garuntee he still has them but he did last month.

Rich

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