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Maybe Chinese??

Look at the pictures...

Hello, this could be an unfinished casting for a Chinese pre-WW2 or WW2 stick grenade head. Are there any markings on it? I have a Chinese stick, and it looks similar. Here is a pic.

Regards, Steve


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Chinese stick grenades

Thoise grenades were used well after the Second World War during the Chinese Civil War, Korea, Vietnam and can be located almost anywhere the Chinese sold stuff or gave insurgents equipment in the 50s and 60s.