M24 German Stick Grenade - Dummy Replica

Stock Status: In Stock

The Model 24 Stielhandgranate was the standard hand grenade of the German Army from the end of World War I until the end of World War II. The very distinctive appearance led to its being called a 'Kartoffelstampfer', "stick grenade", or a "potato masher" in British Army slang, and is today one of the most easily recognized infantry weapons of the 20th century. The stick grenade was introduced in 1915 and the design developed throughout World War I and went through numerous variants, several versions being deployed in World War I before a settled design emerged in 1917.

This is a M24 German stick grenade replica, based on the type used in WWII. It is made entirely of machined wood, one piece construction. It is painted green with a metallic effect on the head and base, has an aged battle worn appearance, detailed with "Vor Gebrauch Sprengkapsel einsetzen", the handle features real wood gain, with a smooth finish. It is a completely non-functioning dummy grenade, is single piece construction, does not contain working parts, a fuse, pull cord, and does not dismantle. May differ in appearance to ones shown depending on stock.

Reenacting, as training dummies, props for film makers and photographers, or as an addition to a militaria collection as a display item. These can be used in part to create a DIY display stand for a helmet such as the M35 (Sold separately).

Type: Dummy Prop
Colour: Green, wood
Size: 36.5L x 7W cm
Weight: 300 gms (approx.)
Material: Wood
Theatre: WW2

No license/permit is required to purchase this item, as the grenade is dummy prop made of wood, is not a real grenade and never was, and can never be activated nor used as an explosive. We advise they are for private home use only, do not display in public. To be safe, we recommend make sure you are up to date with your applicable state laws.

We will not ship these outside of Australia.

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