W. Hock HochheimShirt - The PAC Pineapple Grenade Shirt
SOLD OUT FOR CHRISTMAS. We can fill a shirt order by 20 January after we get re-stocked.
Order shirt. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org and specify size.
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W. Hock Hochheim's
Pacific Archipelago Combatives
Filipino Martial arts
Available sizes are:
(And heads up! We field-tested these sizes and they run a little big for the size! Choose you regular size and it should fit)
The Mk II, "Pineapple Grenade," designed by John Browning in 1918, was used expensively throughout WW II, including the South Pacific - the lands of the Pineapple." It was manufactured with grooves in the cast iron to enhance fragmentation and provide a better grip handling and throwing the grenade. These gave it the appearance of a pineapple and origin of that nickname. It was also commonly referred to as a "frag" grenade. The original Mk II grenade had a 3/8-inch threaded plug in its base covering the opening used to place the explosive filling.
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