No.36 Mills grenade

During WW2 No.36 grenades were also produced in Pakistan to provide the British troops.
For as far as I know these grenades stayed in production up to the end of the 1980's.
A US ammunition intelligence bulletin speaks of pakistani mills grenades encountered during the first Gulf war.
Best read all about Mills grenades on
David's website!

Photo © Cory.


Copy of ARGES HdGr-69

This is exactly what I first think of when I hear the name "Pakistan", nice copies.
Manufactured like the original.


Target Indicator/Smoke P-series

Length: 127mm , diameter: 65mm.
Weight: 1kilo
Filling: smoke composition.

P4: White , P5: Blue , P6: Green , P7: Orange , P8: Red and P9: Yellow.