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    Pirate ship grenade

    Its interesting what washes up on the beach........

    https://www.foxnews.com/science/pira...ury-wreck-site

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    So these are Royal Navy or Army grenades of that period in transit not really "Pirate"
    grenades ? A good find in any event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gspragge View Post
    So these are Royal Navy or Army grenades of that period in transit not really "Pirate"
    grenades ? A good find in any event.
    I believe the modern view is that the Royal Navy were pirates in those days !
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    Good find,I wonder if an X ray picture would reveal it better.

 

 

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