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    I never found documentation on the left one we have in our collection.
    Any idea ?

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    Here are a few more including the rebounding model and one with a strengthening collar at the front. There is also an original crate and a photo (of a photo) of the Treibpatronen used by the Taube. All this is up for grabs if wanted....PM me with sensible offers if interested. (the original Treibpatronen are not for sale)IMG_4182 (2).jpgIMG_4181 (2).jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by MINENAZ16 View Post
    Hello Chris,
    Your second picture, on the left : Spanish Copy "Ferrobellum-Stoker" used during civil war
    Thank you MINENAZ16, was the Spanish Granatenwerfer a copy of the German one or "surplus" from WW1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pysall View Post
    Here are a few more including the rebounding model and one with a strengthening collar at the front. There is also an original crate and a photo (of a photo) of the Treibpatronen used by the Taube. All this is up for grabs if wanted....PM me with sensible offers if interested. (the original Treibpatronen are not for sale)IMG_4182 (2).jpgIMG_4181 (2).jpg
    Thanks a lot for showing these, so there are 2 rebounding projectiles. Do you know what's the purpose of the strengthening ring?

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    I have no idea if it is a factory or field modification (bit risky in the field methinks but Health & Safety wasn't around then).
    From the "blown" ones that I have seen they don't seem to have fragmented very well. Perhaps this was an effort to improve fragmentation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doppz92 View Post
    Thank you MINENAZ16, was the Spanish Granatenwerfer a copy of the German one or "surplus" from WW1?

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    Everything here (clic on "granadas de mortero"): http://www.amonio.es/index2.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by MINENAZ16 View Post
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    Everything here (clic on "granadas de mortero"): http://www.amonio.es/index2.htm
    Thanks MINENAZ16, very interesting website. Funny to see two copies of the Granatenwerfer were made, which more or less looked like the Model 15 and Model 16.

 

 
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