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‘Aug. 9, 1938. C. ARNOLD TOY HAND GRENADE Filed ‘Jlily e, '1937 Wil/f]! MW? ‘ 1]Evil, 2,125,979 Patented-Ange 9, 1938;. I . 2,125,979 QFFICE ‘ ‘ ' amass my mum earns Cari Arnold, Nuremberg, Germany Application July 6, 1937, Serial No. £52,253 in Germany y 7, 193'] 1 Claim. (or iii-i196) ‘ Toy-grenades have become known which are . Fig. 3 is a longitudinal section-through the brought to explosion by striking perpendicularly vcharged grenade. ‘ ~ upon the ground. be it in consequence of shooting The grenade consists, in known manner, of a vor throwing. In such grenades the point of. leasing a, a ?ring pin 17, a handle pin c and a 5 gravity is placed as far as possible towards the spiral spring d. According to the invention the front end, in order to avoid slipping. handle pin c is extended and carries a disc 1‘, ’ The invention‘ relates to a miniature hand the diameter of. which is slightly larger than that _ grenade which has to be thrown to come to ex ‘of the casing 11. The handle-pin c has further a plosion. This grenade must be of very light lateral projection g, which when the‘handle pin 10 weight in order to attain the farthest possible” is pulled back, engages in an indentation or be throw. When throwing the grenade, it happens hind a projection‘ h of ‘the grenade plate 1' and almost always that the grenade does not strike vmaintains the ?ring pin b ‘under tension. The on the ground with“ the head so that the striking primer is ‘introduced into the casing a. throng bolt mechanism is not released and no explosion an aperture 1 in this casing. _ w takes place. In order to avoid this inconvenience and to securely attain an explosion at every A toy grenade,_ comprising in combination with throwing of'a hand grenade, the throwing pin 20 projecting from the grenade has an extension on which a, disc is ?xed whichis of slightly larger diameter than the grenade. As this _ disc‘ ‘acts upon the releasing mechanism the grenade will always explode in whatever position it strikes the ground. I . An embodiment of the invention is illustrated 25 by way of example in the accompanying draw ing, in which . g _ Fig. 1 shows the inoperative hand-grenade in longitudinal section. _ Fig. 2 is a top plan view of Fig. 1.. . a casing, a head plate on said casing, and a spring 7 controlled ?ring pin in the lower end of said ‘casing, a handle pin fixed in said ?ring pin and projecting from the head plate of said casing, a disc on said handle pin outside the cover plate of said casing said disc being of iarger diameter than said casing, a projection in ‘said casing and a lateral projection on said handle pin adapted to engage behind said projection in the casing‘, when said handle pin is pulled back for throwing the hand grenade. CARL’ ARNOLD.