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Here is the Model 1916 stick grenade. This version had the screw cap end with the ball and pull string. The can types varied by manufacture and there are several variants. This particular one has a fitted steel top with metal tabs that fold over the rim to secure the top in place. All of the M16 types have a carrying loop on the side of the grenade head. There are variants of this loop as well. Some of the grenade heads are larger, smaller, and have different tops. 

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I wonder where all the parts come from, I suppose some of them are ground-dug.

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