Unless you have any experience with military or tactical operations or are a collector of historical items, you might be wondering why anyone would want a dummy grenade, or even have a use for one. Well, guess what, there are actually some surprisingly interesting uses for a dummy grenade, and not all of them are purely cosmetic. Check these out, and then quit justifying the purchase to yourself and visit Sarco, Inc. at SarcoInc.com, where you can find a load of them.
1. They make awesome additions to historical collections
First and foremost, inert grenades, or even reproductions of historical models, make great additions to historic collections. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or for a historical display (maybe you even have your own historical display) historically accurate models of grenades and other similar equipment can be the finishing touch. Really, they just make great conversation items as well.
2. You can train with them
Just like dummy ammunition, inert grenades are also valuable for training purposes. Depending on the type of inert grenade you’re looking for, you might be able to train with them as well. For example, let’s say you enjoy competing in airsoft or paintball matches. Well, not to suggest that smoke grenades or paintball grenades operate in the same fashion as real grenades, but becoming accustomed to the weight of handling them is the same. In some ways, you can train effectively with dummy grenades if you so choose.
3. They look really cool
Even if you’re not training with dummy rounds or grenades or adding them to historical displays, they look pretty cool and can be used as a fixture of interior decorating. Not every design business card schema can profit from that kind of addition, but to say the least, an inert grenade will make an unforgettable impression on a setting.
4. Worse case scenario, they make really unique paperweights and mementoes
If the worst case scenario is that you have nothing practical to accomplish with an inert grenade but you just want one anyway, you can make a pretty memorable paperweight with one of them. Having what appears to be a live grenade on your desk is going to turn heads, to say the least. It’ll also serve as an interesting conversation starter. There’s no way to break the ice like breaking the ice with a warm, fuzzy conversation about the historical attributes of an M24.
As you can see, there are plenty of good uses, some more practical than others, for dummy grenades. Visit SarcoInc.com today where you’ll come across one of the wident collections of grenades and replicas on the internet. Whether you’re looking for a classic U.S. Pineapple Grenade or a historically attestable model like an inert German Stick Grenade from the Second World War, you’ll find it right there. They even have parts for historical models as well. By the way, if you don’t you can always call them up at 610-250-3960 and they’ll help you find it.