Anti-tank rifle grenade 94 Mark 2

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This British issue anti-tank grenade, also known as Energa, was originally purchased from the Belgians to be fired from the No 4 .303 Rifle, made in Belgium by Mecar. These are early practice versions. They have a steel head are black and carry white markings.

The Dover museum holds three of these all slightly different.

a] Marked “TRAINING RIFLE GRENADE ENERGA”

b] Marked “GREN RIFLE AT 94 MK2” has a yellow band then marked “4-53” (denoting April 1953)

c] Marked “GREN RIFLE AT 94 MK2” has a green band the marked “5-54” (denoting May 1954)