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    No 68 AT gren

    Hello, I've just bought a relic No 68 A/T grenade, (inert/drill), Mk 1. 1942. I know these were probably the first to use a hollow shaped charge and could penetrate 2" of armour. Due to the severe corrosion on two of the fins it may prove too difficult for me to restore, so it will either stay...