WORLD WAR TWO JAPANESE TYPE 99 INERT HAND GRENADE

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The Type 99 hand grenade, also known as the Kiska grenade by the American Army, was an improvement of the Type 97 fragmentation hand grenade used by the Imperial Japanese Army.

The Type 97 hand grenade was almost as much of a menace to the thrower as to the recipient.

The Type 99 hand grenade could either be thrown by hand or fired from a Type 100 grenade launcher. The Type 99 body was not segmented, but was smooth and flanged on both ends. It was also slightly smaller in diameter than its predecessors.

This grenade comes with the brass fuse casing screwed in place. The smooth body meas. approx. 2.50 inches high by 5.25 inches in diameter.

The interior of the grenade is empty.  [ad] [ph:L]

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