RARE Finish WW2  Varsikranaatti M41 Stick Grenade, found in a barn near Rovaniemi in Finland. The grenade is in remarkable condition, head with most of the original black paint left, the wooden handle is also in great shape. Unlike most of these in private collections, the grenade is complete with an original pull cord as well as an inert fuze. Next to impossible to find such grenades. 


INERT - F.F.E (Free From Explosives)

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The Stielhandgranate (German for "stick hand grenade") was a German hand grenade distinguished by its wooden handle. It was a standard grenade for the German Empire during World War I, and Nazi Germany's Wehrmacht during World War II. Its distinctive appearance led to it being called a "stick grenade", or "potato masher" in British Army slang, and it remains one of the most easily recognized infantry weapons of the 20th century

RARE Finish WW2 Varsikranaatti M41 Stick Grenade