There was also a WW2 period .303 cartridge for the experimantal Bren Grenade launcher. I have the drawing for the round, but I have not seen a picture of the launcher.
Perhaps an anti-tank grenade of some sort. Will post drawing if anyone interested.
That is DD/L/7806 I believe, which is dated June 1937. I was actually thinking about the other design DD/L/7806A which has a wooden bullet and is dated January 1938.
On another subject I have just found a drawing for the "Detonating Apparatus" of the No.21 grenade, which is of course a .303 case. It is dated March 1916 and is a Trench Warfare drawing TW796. Do you have it and if not, I will do you a copy.
would a standard cup discharger fit on a Bren that didnt have a modified barrel? I m no expert on the Bren[want one, have the box,] but ime sure it wouldnt fit on the flared flash eliminator if thats what you called it. Must have had some sort of modification.
The "Bren" shown ,,is that the original czech version ???? i was wondering if it is ,that maybe this was just a salesmans demonstration of what it could be used for by the british
BONNEX any idea where the picture of the ZGB with grenade launcher came from please ?