NO 94 "ENERGA" PRACTICE RIFLE GRENADE MKII

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    NO 94 "ENERGA" PRACTICE RIFLE GRENADE MKII EW1040

    NO 94 "ENERGA" PRACTICE RIFLE GRENADE MKII

    10/1959 dated example. The tail fin assembly is complete.  The fin assembly unscrews from the main body.

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    The Energa anti-tank rifle grenade is a rifle-launched anti-tank grenade that is propelled by a ballistite-filled blank cartridge. The name Energa comes from the firm in Liechtenstein that designed it, the Anstalt für die ENtwicklung von ERfindungen und Gewerblichen Anwendungen, based in Vaduz.3
    First produced in the 1950s, by Mecar in Belgium, it was in front-line use by European armies until replaced by disposable tube-launched anti-tank rockets such as the M72 LAW. Although no longer in production, stocks of the grenade still exist and the Energa grenade remains in service with Third World countries.


     
    $350.00