MK-15 1940-1960's Practice Bomb ....they bring a pretty good price now-a-days.
I'm with you on this one. Even better if it was a nightly home invasion like we seem to be seeing more of here.Hung from the ceiling aimed at the front door with a door slam back trigger it would make a Great Kick in entry Counter punch .
They kick in the door and it swings down and Kicks the whole bunch back out the door with Authority !! A video of it would go viral instantly :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
In answer to your question Joni...."Yes". There were several variants of the MK-15. I mistakenly called yours the MK-15 when it actually is the "M38A2". Some were slung under the wings of aircraft with "Hard Points" and release mechanisms...and some were loaded in "Light Bombers" that had Bomb Chute delivery systems. The later didn't have the attach points on the Bomb. Yours is definitely the M38A2. I have eight of the MK-15's hanging in my hangar along with a P-51 50gal Drop tank that I use as a cargo pod on my 1942 Boeing 75 Stearman....at the bottom.Hmm that looks pretty close, but their are a few things that that one has that mine doesnt. Mine doesnt have the two hooks for transport, the opening on the bottom and the circular cap near the top. Did they make different variants of this bomb?