Original U.S. WWII Second Pattern M6 Bazooka Rocket Bag Dated 1944 With (3) Inert 2.36” Rockets in Tubes

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Original Items: Only One Available. Now this is a fantastic opportunity to add a total of 4 Bazooka related items to your collection! This 2nd Pattern M6 Carry Case contains (3) INERT M7A1 Practice Rockets.

The M7A1 Practice Rockets are completely inert and are in compliance with the current BATF standards on inert ordnance ownership. All practice rockets are void of any explosive material and are unable to be used as an explosive device.

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This is an original second pattern canvas bag with dual lift-the-dot snap-buttons, adjustable shoulder strap, side carry straps. It is stamped with maker markings and a WW2 date:


This bag contains three 2.36" SIMCO practice rockets for the M1/M1A1 and M9/M9A1 bazooka rocket launchers. All 3 rockets are contained in Reproduction cardboard tubes to give the case a more authentic look and feel when displayed. The rockets are in lovely condition with original black paint and stenciling.

The overall condition of all items included is excellent and without major damage. The bag is fully functional and without damage. All 3 rockets are still able to be “broken down” and unscrewed for inspection of the interior.

Comes more than ready for display!

Bag Measures approximately 22" x 11" x 5" when full.

Bazooka is the common name for a man-portable recoilless anti-tank rocket launcher weapon, widely deployed by the United States Army, especially during World War II. Also referred to as the "stovepipe", the innovative bazooka was among the first generation of rocket-propelled anti-tank weapons used in infantry combat. Featuring a solid-propellant rocket for propulsion, it allowed for high-explosive anti-tank (HEAT) warheads to be delivered against armored vehicles, machine gun nests, and fortified bunkers at ranges beyond that of a standard thrown grenade or mine. The universally-applied nickname arose from the M1 variant's vague resemblance to the musical instrument called a "bazooka" invented and popularized by 1930s U.S. comedian Bob Burns.

During World War II, the German armed forces captured several bazookas in early North Africa and Eastern Front encounters and soon reverse engineered their own version, increasing the warhead diameter to 8.8 cm (among other minor changes) and widely issuing it as the Raketenpanzerbüchse "Panzerschreck" ("rocket anti-armor rifle 'tank scare'"). Near the end of the war, the Japanese developed a similar weapon, the Type 4 70 mm AT Rocket Launcher, which featured a rocket propelled grenade of a different design.

The term "bazooka" still sees informal use as a generic term referring to any ground-to-ground shoulder-fired missile weapon (mainly rocket propelled grenade launchers or recoilless rifles), and as an expression that "heavy measures" are being taken.

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