Original German WWII M24 Stick Grenade by Richard Rinker GmbH 

M1924, M24, or "Stielhandgranate 24" German Stick Grenade, often called a "potato masher". This example has been demilitarized according to specifications by the BATF. The warhead still unscrews. It still retains its original markings than can be seen on the head and shaft of the grenade Both handle and can are made by Rinchard Rinker and dated 1939.

The wood shaft bears clear markings ЯR 1939 and 2 WaA 560 for RichardRinker GmbH,Neubrandenburg in Mecklenburg. Screw cap is marked with WaA 560

Warhead is empty and demilitarized, it screws off easily from shaft. it bears marking ЯR 1939 and WaA 560 also for RichardRinker GmbH,Neubrandenburg in Mecklenburg. Can bears text "VORGEBRAUCH SPRENGSKAPSEL EINSETZEN" that directly translated it means "Before use insert detonator". The grenades could not be shipped and stored "live", so the units had to insert the fuse and detonator themselves. This text was added to the cans from the start of production in 1924 until April 1940. Also can is marked Sk. 3 1939" that denotes that the explosives were made in March 1939 in Lignose Sprengstoffwerk GmbH, Werk Schönebeck, Elbe

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Original German WWII matching M24 Stick by Richard Rinker GmbH 1939

  • Product Code: O-35
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • $695.00