Mk 2 Pineapple Grenade - Dummy Replica

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The Mk 2 grenade (initially known as the Mk II) is a fragmentation type anti-personnel hand grenade. It was introduced by the U.S. armed forces in 1918, replacing the failed Mk 1 grenade of 1917, it was standardized in 1920 as the Mk II, and redesignated the Mk 2 on April 2, 1945. The Mk2 was Used during World War II and in later conflicts, including the Vietnam War. The Mk 2 was replaced by the M26-series (M26/M61/M57) and later M33 series (M33/M67). It was phased out gradually in service beginning with the Korean War. Due to the tremendous quantity manufactured during World War 2, it was in limited standard issue with the US Army and US Marine Corps throughout the 1950s and 1960s. The U.S. Navy was one of the last users when it was discontinued in 1969.

This is a Mk2 "Pineapple" hand grenade, dummy model based on the type used by the U.S. Military. It is quality made of a wooden body and top fuse, with a metal pin and spoon. It is realistically detailed with a model number, painted green and blue with a battle worn finish. These have been designed as props, they are completely safe dummy grenades, and do not contain an explosive charge or fuse. May have slight signs of wear or minor rusting, depending on stock.

Military reenacting, as training dummies, props for film makers or photographers, and make an nice addition to any militaria collection as a display item.

Type: Dummy
Size: 12H x 7W cm
Colour: Green, blue
Weight: 100 gms (approx.)
Material: Wood and metal

No license or permit is required to purchase this item, as the grenade is dummy fake prop, is not a real grenade and never was, and can never be activated nor used as an explosive. Although the dummy grenades are legal to own, 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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