Original German WWII Luftwaffe SD 10 Bomb - Sprengbombe Dickwandig

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. The SD 10 (Sprengbombe Dickwandig) or thick walled explosive bomb in English was a fragmentation bomb used by the Luftwaffe during World War II.

This incredible exceptionally rare example is totally inert and deactivated according to guidelines provided by the BATF. It is offered in very good condition complete with fins, WWII markings and fuze.

The second most used category of bombs was the SD series which were high-explosive bombs but with thicker casings which meant their charge to weight ratio was only 30 to 40% of their total weight. Bombs in this series were the SD 1, SD 1 FRZ, SD 2, SD 10 A, SD 10 FRZ, SD 10 C, SD 15, SD 50, SD 70, SD 250, SD 500, SD 1400, and SD 1700. The number in the bombs designation corresponded to the approximate weight of the bomb.

The body of the SD 10 was of one piece cast steel construction. The bomb was filled through the nose with TNT and was internally threaded for a nose fuze. The tail cone was composed of four sheet steel sections that were welded together and crimped into an annular groove machined in the rear 1/3 of the projectile.
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