Original U.S. WWII M7A1 Inert Anti-Tank Practice Rocket for the M1 and M1A1 Bazooka Launcher

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Original Item: Only One Available. Original WWII inert M7A1 practice rocket for the U.S. WWII 2.36 inch M1 / M1A1Bazooka. The 2.36" rocket consists of a head, a stabilizer tube, and tail. The head of the practice rocket is totally inert and complies with standards outlined by ATF.

The inert rocket measures approximately 22 inches long and still has the original OD green paint on the fin and stabilizer, with a black painted inert warhead. A SIMCO marking can still be seen on the stabilizer tube, and there are still traces of the original ROCKET. PRAC.; A.T. markings on the warhead. There is definitely paint flaking and rust on the rocket, and the tip has a lot of paint loss and it is somewhat deformed, so this looks to be a practice rocket that was actually used.

The M6A1 was the second projectile designed for the M1 and M1A1 bazooka family. The original M6 was notoriously unreliable, both with the launch and detonation. The M6A1 had improved fuze and ignition designs to help get rid of this problem. The M7A1 was also made as an inert practice round, and the design was the same except for the inert hollow warhead.

A great display piece from the WWII Era!

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