90mm artillery shell for sale

This is an excellent condition shell body with baseplate intact but no other internal components. INERT- no flammable or explosive material. No explosive or flammable components, totally INERT. It was used only in the Mk 4 gunpod. $15.00 (View Picture), 15342 60mm Mortar Ignition Cartridge, M4 by Winchester - This type was used early in WW2 through Korea and replaced later for most uses by the M5 Ignition Cartridge which used a screw in brass base and a separate cardboard case for the charge. Later projectiles used a wider rotating band and the cases were then made 585mm long, and most of the early cases were modified and reused, so surviving 593mm cases are scarce. Store Hours: The projectile would be aligned with the rifling at the muzzle then rammed home, riding in the six grooves in the barrel. The dummy ammunition is used for training crews in the various operations (loading, unloading, troubleshooting, etc) and for mechanical testing of the guns while ensuring there will not be any unexpected loud noises or sudden holes in buildings or other nearby stuff (or soiled skivvies). Except for the rifling marks it pretty much looks like an unfired round. $99.00 (View Picture), 21930 U.S. WW2 2.36 INCH BAZOOKA ROCKETS - The 2.36 Rocket Launchers were popularly called Bazookas for their resemblance to a fantasy musical instrument used by a comedian of the time. The 77mm was the most common WW I German artillery piece. Sold. These were used with the International Flare Signal and Kilgore Model 52 flare guns, and probably all the other heavy 37mm flare guns with barrels about 8-8.5 inches long. These were used during WW2 with the 3"/50 caliber slow fire guns which were the main battery on the Destroyer Escorts for use against surface ships, aircraft, and shore bombardment targets. Body retains most of the orange paint on the shoulder indicating HE filler, but the lower portion of the body which was originally sort of a field gray/drab color is mostly worn off. Apartments For Sale; Duplexes For Sale; Homes For Sale; Villas For Sale . The same case was used on all, varying only in the types of projectiles, which would be identified by ink stamped markings when the shell was loaded. Send me exclusive offers, unique gift ideas, and personalized tips for shopping and selling on Etsy. Grenades, Mines, and Rockets It does not store any personal data. One mint, unissued M6 ignition cartridge as shown in the photo. The cookie is used to store the user consent for the cookies in the category "Analytics". Their new gun design boosted the rate of fire from 140 rounds per minute to 280, then 300 and currently 330 rounds per minute. Pages 263 to 593 detail various types of 37mm ammunition from the many, many nations which used 37mm guns. INERT- No flammable or explosive components $225.00 (View Picture), **NEW ADDITION** 509 U.S. 76mm M26B1 STEEL SHELL CASE FOR 76mm GUN USED IN M4A1 SHERMANS AND M18 HELLCAT (76.2 x 539mmR) - These were used in the 76mm Gun M1, an incremental improvement over the 3 inch guns derived from the M1918 Anti-Aircraft guns using the large bottlenecked 76.2 x 585mmR cases. The M46s are located at the base of the projectile and are heavier/thicker and have a smooth interior surface that enables it to withstand the shock of firing and set back. These were shaped and then placed into the mold prior to pouring the cast iron projectile body. Inert Products manufactures and distributes the largest assortment of replica and inert ordnance in the world. Three holes in the case to visually identify it as a dummy round. INERT- no flammable or explosive components. Heavier than that requires common carrier. The lighter 75 mm guns were of limited use against trenches, so the French army ordered large numbers of the L 13 S, which with its larger 15.74 kg (34.7 lb) shell was more effective against fortified positions. INERT- no flammable or explosive components. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. Used fine plus, with most of the light blue paint and faint markings. UKRAINE RUSSIA WAR 2022 BUK-M1 9m317 MISSILE ROCKET PART ARTILLERY SHELL RARE, 3D Printed 105MM XM1040 Artillery Shell - Life Size. cap. SC 49, Loaded 17-50. Larger guns were mainly for siege or naval use due to the weight of he barrels. Three are variations of the M19 green star parachute signal- M19 dated 1944; M19A1 dated 1954, and M19A2 dated 1967. The cookie is used to store the user consent for the cookies in the category "Other. NOTE- VOLUMES 1 & 2 of "Gun for all Nations" are back in stock- limited supply! These were a series of guns starting with the Model 1918 anti-aircraft gun. (you do the math if you want feet per second velocity or weight in pounds). These have maker markings cast into the body and all seem to have the RFX 55, but the other number (such as the N1 in the photo) may be different and probably indicate the mold number. Mint, unissued, in the original fiber storage/shipping tube. Artillery. Officially classified as a heavy anti-tank rifle (schwerePanzerbuesche), it was actually more of a light anti-tank cannon. The brass nose fuze has one very deep hole drilled in the side (for safety pin?). Condition is presently fair to good, and all need to be cleaned up.   United States   |   English (US)   |   $ (USD). $95.00 (View Picture), 21138 USAF BOMB FUZE FMU-112/(D-1)B (TRAINER VERSION) - The FMU-112/B fuze was developed by the Air Force as an electronic impact or short delay fuze designed to fit the standard 3-inch fuze well on guided or unguided series bombs such as the M117 or MK-80. Marry this case up with a nice 90mm projectile of your favorite type (or whatever you are lucky enough to find) and it will be a great display piece. I find nearly all types of ordnance to be fascinating, with the exception of 20mm-35mm stuff which simply does not inspire me in the least. 10/25/2022 They were mounted on pedestal type mounts, usually open with no shield. Fragments of various artillery shells. This was made from a 3 inch Mark II M2 case (76.2 x 585mmR) dated 1944 with those markings defaced and the new marks added. Although marked as the M6A1 HEAT round, it is actually an INERT M6A1 practice rocket which has been repainted and restored to M6A1 HEAT appearance. Showing all 49 results. This was subsequently improved by use of a removable barrel liner, which was the M1 gun. These guns were more lethal than the more widely used .50 caliber Browning machine guns, but reliability problems slowed their introduction into service. Try using a different browser or disabling ad blockers. INERT- no explosive or flammable components. Turning off personalized advertising opts you out of these sales. Learn more in our Privacy Policy., Help Center, and Cookies & Similar Technologies Policy. To fire the Stokes, the safety pin was removed to both arm the shell and allow it to fit inside its launcher. $6.95. Some of the Hispano-Suiza type guns were also mounted as anti-aircraft weapons in army tanks or halftrack variants. This is the third type with brass rotating band, while the earlier types used lead bands. INERT- No flammable or explosive components. We have had several of the smaller 10.5cm and 15 cm morser cases, but this is the first 21 cm case. These would have been used in the Royal Flying Corps signal guns, either for signaling from the ground to aircraft or vice versa. $ 995.00 Add to cart. To use, the end cap is removed and placed over the primer end. Do not confuse this with the common loading machine drill rounds made of a combination of wood and metal, or all metal construction. INERT- no flammable or explosive components. $450.00 (View Picture), 21426 BRITISH 3 POUNDER (47mm) BLANK CARTRIDGE CASE - (47 x 249mmR) This was made by cutting down a full length 3 pounder case, and used for saluting purposes. The steel case has a 1943 date and M23AB1 designation for the case ink stamped on the case. WP1944-(21747) SIGNAL, GROUND WHITE PARACHUTE M17A1 - Dated 1944. These were fired at reasonably high velocity, and their effectiveness was mainly the result of the heavy projectile hitting the enemy armor and sometimes penetrating, but at least spalling off bits from the inside which would destroy crew and equipment. The vase shows some wear, . Projectile is 1941 dated. The is the body section only, the complete round shown at the top is not included but shown to provide an example of what the assembled round looks like. New condition, fresh from a sealed 25 round can which was marked 25 Cartridges, Drill M18A3, Lot No. INERT- No flammable or explosive components. These were used with the International Flare Signal and Kilgore Model 52 flare guns, and probably all the other heavy 37mm flare guns with barrels about 8-8.5 inches long. 106MM Recoilless Shell $ 120.00 Add to cart; 16 Naval Battle Ship Projectile-READ DESCRIPTION $ 950.00 Add to cart; 25 MM Dummy round $ 19.99 Add to cart; 308 DUMMY BULLET BELT (100 RDS) FOR OVER SHOULDER $ 155.00 Read more; 308 DUMMY BULLET BELT (77 RNDS) 44 $ 125.00 Read more; 308 DUMMY BULLET BELT WITHOUT TIPS (100 RDS) $ 85.00 Read more INERT- no flammable or explosive components. After it was superseded by the Type 94 75 mm mountain gun (circa 1935), it was then used as an infantry "regimental" gun, deployed 4 to each infantry regiment. 12/7/2022, Ammunition for Collectors New old stock, fresh from a sealed crate. The projectiles are painted olive drab, and about 95% or more of that paint remains. The VT fuze was developed late in WW2 and was one of the most important innovations to counter attacks by enemy aircraft, with a much greater probability of getting a hit because it functioned by Proximity to a target determined by radio frequency electronics in the fuze, not actual contact with the target or detonation at a pre-set time of flight where a fraction of a second makes a difference between destroying an aircraft and only getting close. Typically artillery shell casings are manufactured in the same way as small arms shell casings, by drawing them out from a cup or a disc of metal (Figure 4). There are several different similar penetrators and I think this one is for the 105mm M724 TPDS Target Practice Discarding Sabot round, where the penetrator is the same as the warshot, except for use of cheap mild steel instead of hardened and expensive materials. Primer pocket area only shows a neatly finished epoxy type substance. This is a single white cartridge in excellent condition with VFM headstamp. LOT- [number painted over]/ A nice representative example of the many DEFA rounds that all look very similar. The base was a metal base (similar tot hat used in the 120mm guns) cemented to the combustible case. Ther Germans called it a mortar, but everyone else considers these to be howitzers. 10/25/2022 Have several and headstamps will vary slightly from the photo with some 1943 dates and some 1944 dates. Steel body with very long rotating band also marked with similar maker marking and Hotchkiss Patent November 14, 76. This is an unfired example that was unloaded years ago and is now INERT, with no explosive or flammable components. However, it was a failure and cancelled in 1985. These guns all used the same 90mm ammo. 12/7/2022, US Militaria $ 1,999.99 Make An Offer Headstamp on the brass case includes 1943 date with 1943 dated primer. INERT warhead, no propellant, totally inert not dangerous. This is a rare example of the Swiss Sprenggranate 1866 Geschosse der 4 pfounder Feld-Kanone 1862. It has six lead(?) Military Manuals The closing wad was colored to indicate the color of the flare, and usually (but not always) the cardboard body was the same color. Nose is threaded for a fuze, and the Army made many different fuzes as individual items, but none was available when we found this at a gun show. While dimensionally identical, various types of dummy cartridges have been made. 12/7/2022, US Militaria The first electric household refrigerator to survive its beginnings was the Domelre, brought out in 1914, which could be placed inside any icebox. The fuze is sealed into the plastic casing by a metal compression band, with the end of the fuze protruding slightly. 7729C - 30 x 112mm BELTED FIRED ADEN-DEFA(?) I think I have the ID right on all these, but welcome corrections. 2 Mark I Pyrotechnic Pistol based on a Webley frame, and the Mark III Signal Pistol based on the Mark IV Webley introduced in 1915. The M-30 saw action in World War II, mainly as a divisional artillery piece of the Red Army (RKKA). 1 Mark I signal pistol with a shoulder stock, or the No. The Type 41 guns were in service from 1908 to 1945. 494/ Karth./ MAI 1918/ POLTE MAGDEBURG/ Sp406. Third case is unusual with aluminum body and threaded insert for the primer and high-low pressure chamber, presumably a trials version seeking a simpler or stronger or cheaper alternative to the all aluminum design used in the other two. I once did a display with about a dozen different rubber duck items which the public enjoyed. Headstamp marking Mark 7 Mod 1 with 11- 1942 date. Case has been polished but has picked up some light fingerprint tarnish that will clean off easily. However, the HEAT-MP cartridges do have blas effect, not just the penetrator dart and are effective against a variety of targets. The ammunition used included various types of HE, AP, Shrapnel and chemical munitions. $350.00 (View Picture), **NEW ADDITION** 187 RARE U.S. 76mm BRASS CARTRIDGE CASE T19E1 (76.2 x 580mmR) - Lot FA 1-4 dated 1951. It was capable of penetrating heavy armor with a shaped charge warhead of high explosive Composition B detonated by a base detonating fuze located between the warhead and the rocket motor. $95.00 (View Picture), 22213 U.S. NAVY FACTORY LOADED 3"/50 (76.2 x 585mmR) ARMOR PIERCING MARK 29 MOD 2 DUMMY INERT CARTRIDGE - The steel cartridge case is circa 1950s and the projectile is dated 1942, but it was likely loaded in this configuration in the 1980s-90s. Mod 28 NP, and 505 (lot number?). It is painted olive drab with yellow markings as shown in the photos. No fuze and no domed cover for the fuze (and not one of the three other Stokes projectiles I have ever seen had them either!) In the post-WW2 period they adopted a longer 40 x 263 mmR case for greater range and velocity when fired through a barrel 70 calibers long (compared to the shorter 60 caliber length barrels.) $195.00 (View Picture), 23312 WW2 JAPANESE 7cm TYPE 41 MOUNTAIN GUN BRASS CARTRIDGE CASE (75 x 185mmR) - This may have also been used by the Type 94 7CM Mountain Gun as well, but that may not be correct. They were very effective. Used on all the 5", 6", 8" and 16" U.S. Navy gun projectiles, and perhaps others as well. This one has a number of moderate dings around the shoulder and mouth area and numerous smaller dings in the rest of the case which has been polished, but the job has not been finished yet. This was developed by taking the base dimensions of the 20x102, but stretching the case length to the maximum which the Hispano could handle. Colored signals were more for signaling, but they did provide some illumination. This excellent condition case is dated 1954 and has good stenciled markings indicating it was loaded with the M42A1 High Explosive shell. 23063C- WW1 FRENCH 105mm FIELD GUN BRASS CARTRIDGE CASE (105 x 390mmR) Shipping tube may be sealed or open, and sometimes the signal will have some corrosion, but most are really nice. By WW1 the hand cranked Gatling was obsolete, but in 1947 an experiment hooking an electric motor to an old Gatling gun produced rates of fire around 4,000-6,000 rounds per minutes. New old stock or lightly used. Some of these remained in use into the 3rd Reich era. There was a problem subscribing you to this newsletter. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. Below is a consolidated list of all the different types we have in stock, listed by color and type. These were capable of penetrating 3 inches of armor. This has a flare that provides 850,000 candle power of illumination for a minimum of 90 seconds. You can copy and paste selected text or images into other documents for collectors or historians. INERT, no flammaboe or explosive components. INERT- no flammable or explosive components. These are fired from grenade launcher to about 600 foot altitude. Many sellers on Etsy offer personalized, made-to-order items. Sellers looking to grow their business and reach more interested buyers can use Etsys advertising platform to promote their items. The store will not work correctly in the case when cookies are disabled. click here for telephone contact information. These 57mm/6 pounder guns were effective against the PzKpfw IV and similar tanks, but seldom penetrated the Panther or Tiger series armor. Totally inert, no flammable or explosive components. Sale Price $3.40 Price each is $22.00 (View Picture), 13550 U.S. NAVY 3/50 VT (NON-FRAG) CARTRIDGE (INERT) (76.2 x 585mmR) - This is a handsome complete INERT round with Mark 9 Mod 0 steel case made by Norris in 1979. Send me exclusive offers, unique gift ideas, and personalized tips for shopping and selling on Etsy. In the post-WW2 period they adopted a longer 40 x 263 mmR case for greater range and velocity when fired through a barrel 70 calibers long (compared to the shorter 60 caliber length barrels.) There is also some information on subcaliber cartridges used in the 37mm guns (from .22 rimfire up to centerfire rifle or pistol cartridges) and a bit of information on the tools used to reload 37mm cartridges. The projectile body is made of steel with an aluminum ogive and a metal rotating band and a plastic obturating band are located close to the base. It has a sheet metal warhead body with a swage mounted nose cap. 2 Mark I Pyrotechnic Pistol based on a Webley frame, and the Mark III Signal Pistol based on the Mark IV Webley introduced in 1915. Still, a nice example for only $135.00 (View Picture), 22057 U.S. WW2 37 x 223mmSR DRILL CARTRIDGE FOR M1A2 ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUN AND M9 AUTOMATIC GUN ON PT BOATS - The 37 x 223mm RIMMED case M16 was used for the single shot anti-tank guns, but a 37 x 223mm SEMI-RIMMED case M17 was used in automatic guns. 2" dug balls x 9. . BOMB FUZE- M904E2 (VIETNAM ERA) FOR MARK 80 SERIES BOMBS- MINT! This was a British design finalized in 1941 to replace their puny 2 pounder anti-tank guns. We have several and opened one of the sealed shipping tubes to inspect the contents for the photos. INERT- no explosive or flammable components. After some introductory and biographical information on Hotchkiss, the next 250 pages details the myriad 37mm guns designed by Hotchkiss, PLUS those designed by other such as Driggs Seabury, Nordenfelt, Skoda, Krupp, with line drawings of nearly all, and with lots of detailed information on numbers procured, when, from whom, and how employed- naval broadside or fighting top mounts, fortress flank defenses, field carriages, etc, often down to the specific site or vessel. which was about 57mm in diameter. Price for uncleaned fuzes is $20.00 each, or if you want the tip plugged (but still not cleaned) the price each is $22.00 (View Picture), 20833 U.S. NAVY 5"/38 FUSE PROTECTOR CAP - Not sure about the exact Mark and Mod on this, but these are probably post-WW2, and were used well into the 1970s and later. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. Totally inert. Projectile has no visible marks. The Brits used two Hispano cannons in the later Spitfire fighters. Lots of , or lot of five rounds for $20, or single rounds are priced per round at $5.00 (View Picture), 21975 81mm Mortar Cartridge, Ignition, M6 - These were the replacement for the earlier shotgun style ignition cartridges. This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The same basic gun has been mounted on a variety of armored vehicle hulls (USMC AMTRACS; M4 Sherman hulls as the M7 Priest, or later M52 and M108 guns), and even mounted in the AC-130 Spectre gunships. An artillery shell can differ in price owing to various characteristics the average selling price 1stDibs is $1,800, while the lowest priced sells for $275 and the highest can go for as much as $15,724. Rounds could be stamped HEI (High Explosive Incendiary) or TP (Training Projectile). The fuzes and bursting charge were removed long ago. While this may seem to be a brilliant new innovation, Benjamin Hotchkiss was making artillery shells in a nearly identical manner in the late 1870s, but using brass or a mix of brass and steel. foundry vtt rolling dice, tony lama style numbers,

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