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    Help ID:Unknown grenade made in China Manchukuo(Mukden Arsenal)

    The Grenade from the China.
    I can't find information of type. Who can help me?

    Unknown grenade & Type 97 grenade:
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    Grenade fuze & Marking:
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    The Marking:
    -康五=康德五年=5 year of KangDe era(1938).
    -11=November.
    -(Logo)=Mukden Arsenal.
    -マ=Ma(Unknown information)

    The Arsenal data:
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    Last edited by Jibarium; 28th April 2019 at 01:10 PM.

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    Manchukuo was a Japanese puppet province so its likely a crude copy of a Japanese grenade. They also made copies of Arisaka bayonets and they were crude to say the least.
    William Mills - Thank you!

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    Jibarium


    Jibarium, that is an interesting grenade. The Japanese made similar last ditch grenades in the Philippines. If you decide to sell it someday I might be interested.

    Thank you..
    jim
    Last edited by JCB99; 13th May 2019 at 03:36 AM.

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    Hi JBC99:
    In fact, this grenade is not my collection. This is my friend who asked me to disassemble and remove the explosive, because he did not have the right tools and methods to disassemble it. This is an exhibit for his museum. I want to buy it, but my friend didn't agree.
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    This is a picture I took after disassembly.

 

 

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