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WW2 Russian glass ampoule AK-2 for ampoule-thrower or airplanes

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WW2 Soviet Russian very rare glass phosphorus ampoule AK-2  for ampoule-thrower or airplanes. These glass grenades were filled with approx 1 liter of KS-1 white phosphorus fluid mixed with sulfur. Reaction of KS-1 with air was flammable. The ampoule-thrower was used till the end of 1942 year, but due of their dangerous for ampoule-thrower crew, this weapon was removed from the army officially, but  unofficial was in use till the end of the war.  Full Deco.  Extremely rare example of unusual WW2 weapon.

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WW2 Soviet Russian very rare glass phosphorus ampoule AK-2  for ampoule-thrower or airplanes. These glass grenades were filled with approx 1 liter of KS-1 white phosphorus fluid mixed with sulfur. Reaction of KS-1 with air was flammable. The ampoule-thrower was used till the end of 1942 year, but due of their dangerous for ampoule-thrower crew, this weapon was removed from the army officially, but  unofficial was in use till the end of the war.  Full Deco.  Extremely rare example of unusual WW2 weapon.

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