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marshallsarsenal

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  1. Thanks for a great endorsement. I am glad you like the products and would take the time to post here. I like happy customers. Marshall
  2. Wow, that is really cool. You even have the instructions. thanks for sharing the great pics. Marshall
  3. Thanks for the reply and yes, it is a 200A1 fuse. Pretty cool find although I have to admit, not sure what now to do. I like them all, but don't need them all, haha. Marshall
  4. I recently came across this case of Incendiary grenade canisters. It is amazing that all the cans are labeled and dated January 1943. I am not much familiar with this type of grenade or canister or crate for that matter. Any knowledge about this would be great. Thank you, Marshall
  5. Hey all, I have had for some time New Military hardware of Hinges and Hasp and Clasps, but recently I obtained a bunch of hard-to-find original WWII ammo box/crate hardware. This includes hinges, hasp and claps assemblies and toggle latches with clasp. These were used on various ammo and ordinance boxes and crates during WWII and post war. These are great for refurbishing ammo boxes and crates or any new project you might have. These are an affordable alternative to the more costly new hardware - if you can find the new kind. They are all in good sound condition but do have some rust, paint and minor bends. They can be used "As Is" or wire-brushed or bead blasted for a newer look. Check out here for more details and pictures: Hardware
  6. Hey all, I am reminding everyone know about Marshall's Arsenal and all the unique items I have for reenactors, historic displays and films. I am constantly improving and coming up with new items to help preserve history and have fun at it too. Furthermore, I have recently allowed Paratrooper to start selling Marshall's Arsenal products at their store in Normandy. Hopefully this will help guys overseas save on the cost of shipping and other restrictions. I hope you will check out the store. Here are some samples of the most popular items:
  7. CCyooper, Thanks for the follow-up info. I appreciate it and good to know. Marshall
  8. ccyooper, Thanks for your opinion and information. Yes, all of the grenades have solid bottoms.
  9. Grenade 3 Continued: Grenade 2: M6A4C Fuse with little tab by spoon. Squared shoulders. Some cast id but hard to Identify. Here are the 4 Tubes: Tube order is not the same as Grenade order. 2 are M41, 2 are M41A1 (1 with the TNT). I know the white lettering on one is not WWII era. Thanks for any and all assistance. I really appreciate it. Marshall
  10. Hello All, I recently obtained 4 WWII grenades and containers. I am somewhat familiar with the WWII MK 2 grenades and I have done quite a bit of additional research and reading on previous posts here and elsewhere to make sure I have the genuine items, so I hope I can clarify/confirm what I have and their market value. I believe I have them in the correct containers for their production age. Any help or insights is greatly appreciated. All 4 Grenades. All have correct spoons and solid bottoms. They all seem to be the same height and same diameter at the base. 3 of the 4 have fiber washers. All fuses have the striker spring. More pictures available. Listed in Order of my picture. Grenade 1: Early Yellow (MZ00A1) Fuse?? I thought it was a M200A1 fuse. It has a solid bottom with flatter shoulders. No body markings. Grenade 4: M10A2 Fuse, No yellow Band and looks to be "Over Painted". Has more rounded shoulders. Body has an 'I' and 'AI' cast. Grenade 3: M10A2 Fuse, Yellow Band, Painted OD Fuse and Spoon. Has rounded shoulders as is smooth and more glossy OD. Body has 'AF' and an 'I' in cast.
  11. Oh my, thanks for that correction. Don’t know how I missed that obvious typo.
  12. In an effort to get an affordable authentic and safe/legal MK 2 grenade, I am introducing Marshall's Arsenals WWII MK 2 Replica Plastic Dummy Grenade. The replica is made out of solid colored plastic resin and is molded from an inert grenade. They weigh about 8 oz. With a correct WWII fuse (metal colored plastic), correct repro metal spoon & real pull ring, these are a great inexpensive, safe and legal reproduction of the real thing. Check them out at https://marshallsarsenal.com/products/us-mk2-replica-dummy-fragmentation-hand-grenade Any feedback or comments appreciated.
  13. Hey all, In an effort to get an affordable authentic and safe/legal MK 2 grenade, I am introducing Marshall's Arsenals WWII MK 2 Replica Plastic Dummy Grenade. The replica is made out of solid colored plastic resin and is molded from an inert grenade. They weigh about 8 oz. With a correct WWII fuse (metal colored plastic), correct repro metal spoon & real pull ring, these are a great inexpensive, safe and legal reproduction of the real thing. Check them out at https://marshallsarsenal.com/products/us-mk2-replica-dummy-fragmentation-hand-grenade Any feedback or comments appreciated.
  14. Hey all, I have been working hard and have several new and updated items for reenacting/reenactors and historical displays. Come check out the new stuff - www.marshallsarsenal.com Most of my items are now solid colored plastic and so are legal to use, display and carry to events without hassles. Some of the new items are: M16 30 Rnd Dummy Magazine M1 Carbine 30 Rnd Magazine Dummy Ammo - Brass and Lacquered Steel 8mm, 9mm and Kurz. 30-06, M1 Carbine, 45 ACP, 50 BMG, 20mm rounds. 40mm "Mike-Mike" Hope you find something you like. Marshall
  15. Hey all, I wanted to let everyone know that I have been busy and have a lot of new and even some improved items at my store - Marshall's Arsenal. Most of my replica mags are now plastic and are very authentic. Come check out the cool items for WWI/WWI and Post War reenacting. If you haven't been to my place, maybe its time for a visit! Here are a few pics too. Some of the new things - to name a few: New Replica Dummy Rounds: 30-06, 50 BMG, 20mm, 45 ACP, 30 caliber, Lacquered Steel & brass colored 8mm, 9mm parabellum, Kurz 40mm "Mike-Mike" Grenade New Replica Magazines M16 "Waffle" magazine, 30 Rnd Magazine M1 Carbine 30 Rnd Magazine Luger P08 magazine P38 Walther magazine
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