INFO ONLY. NOT FOR SALE. P75-7
The 1915 discus grenade functioned exactly the same as the first type.
Its body was made of pressed steel of about 1mm thick.
The fuze assembly was made of an alloy with 4 brass end screws.
Thrown like an Olympic-discus, the plungers were driven outwards by the centrifugal force.
Striker pins are uncovered as the safety pen falls out during flight.
On impact, one, or possibly two plungers (with primer) would drive itself onto one of the four striker pins.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 07 January, 2011.