Original Item: Very Few Available. Totally inert and demilitarized according to BATF guidelines with a solid body and the propellant charge removed. This mortar round cannot be converted to an explosive devise and is not available for export.
These are hard to find WWII Era M69 Training / Practice Cartridges, as used with the U.S. WWII issue M2 60 Mortar. This mortar also continued to be used during the Korean war, and into the Vietnam era. The training cartridge itself is a shell with a cast iron body, inert filler, and detachable fin assembly used to train recruits in firing. The cast iron body is reusable and the fin assembly can be replaced if damaged.
Our examples are all in very good shape, with a great patina, and an intact fin assemblies, which still unscrew from the body. Some may have faint markings still visible.
A great chance to pick up a very nice looking WWII era practice round!