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    Energa Grenade HEAT No94 Mk3.

    My grenade books only show the Energa up to the Mk2/1 but this one is marked Mk3.
    It is marked INERT and DUMMY dated 6-53.

    The paint is poor but readable print. The nose was loose and leaked orange powder until I sealed the gap.
    Nose threads are damaged and spread but it is an example I have not seen before.
    Can anyone confirm if this is a common mark or an oddment? Paint work looks original.


    Energa Mk3 a.jpgEnerga Mk3 b.jpgEnerga Mk3 c.jpg

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    +UyoSrzfTlKRelU7xZr1sg_thumb_252.jpgvP7GJKQ3RyOeGDlG0iyDIA_thumb_253.jpgQws+8R3lSaiHbxjBjqFVVw_thumb_251.jpgUsgpX9+xS%CXSH03FRvjHg_thumb_250.jpgylFaQ8r1R6m7OixxLYIuEw_thumb_24f.jpgEnerga HEAT N094 Mk2/1 Factory Inert Instruct.

    No comments yet so I will show my nice Australian sectioned grenade. Dated 1962. Used with the SLR rifle.
    The dummy Grenade blank is scarce with pierced primer and headstamped: MF 71 7.62 F2 with a blackened neck.
    Australia used the ringed tail fin as you would already know.

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