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Grenades

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 61. Chapters: Anti-tank grenades, Concussion grenades, Fragmentation grenades, Incendiary grenades, Rifle grenades, Rocket-propelled grenades, Smoke grenades, Stun grenades, Molotov cocktail, Hand grenade, Sticky bomb, 40 mm grenade,... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 61. Chapters: Anti-tank grenades, Concussion grenades, Fragmentation grenades, Incendiary grenades, Rifle grenades, Rocket-propelled grenades, Smoke grenades, Stun grenades, Molotov cocktail, Hand grenade, Sticky bomb, 40 mm grenade, Hawkins grenade, ENERGA anti-tank rifle grenade, M31 HEAT rifle grenade, No. 73 Grenade, Type 91 grenade, Hales rifle grenade, No. 76 Special Incendiary Grenade, M26 grenade, M67 grenade, RGD-5, Mk 2 grenade, Type 97 grenade, No 2 grenade, No 69 grenade, Gammon bomb, Type 10 grenade, Rifleman's Assault Weapon, No. 15 Ball grenade, Type 99 grenade, RPG-43, Type 4 grenade, M84 stun grenade, Model 1914 grenade, RKG-3 anti-tank grenade, F1 grenade, Falling on a grenade, No 1 Grenade, No. 6 grenade, SIMON breach grenade, Mk 1 grenade, RGD-33 grenade, PG-7VR, Kugelhandgranate, APAV40, Panzerwurfmine, MEI HELLHOUND, M17 rifle grenade, HG 85, RPG-6, AC58, Filipinka, Hafthohlladung, Sidolówka, Defensive grenade wz.33, Lewes bomb, RGN hand grenade, RGO hand grenade, M75 hand grenade, V40 Mini-Grenade, Jam Tin Grenade, No. 68 AT Grenade, AN M18, AN M8, MEI Mercury, Type 06 rifle grenade, RPG-40, RG-42, Chili grenade, Splitterring, M576 40mm grenade, TN 753, 22 mm grenade, 25 mm grenade, Airburst round, MK3 grenade, RG-41, Rifle Grenade General Service, Alsetex 410, Zhen Tian Lei. Excerpt: A hand grenade is any small bomb that can be thrown by hand. Hand grenades are classified into three categories, explosive grenades and chemical and gas grenades. Explosive grenades are the most commonly used in modern warfare, and are designed to detonate after impact or after a set amount of time. Chemical and gas grenades are designed not to explode, but to burn or release a gas. Grenadiers were originally soldiers who specialized in throwing grenades. "Small explosive shell", 1590s, from Modern French grenade, meaning "pomegranate", and from Old French pomegrenate (influenced by Spanish granada). So called because the many-seeded fruit suggested the powder-filled, fragmenting bomb, or from similarity of shape. Chemical and gas grenades include smoke grenades and incendiary grenades. Unlike explosive grenades, chemical and gas grenades are designed to burn or to release a gas, not to explode. Smoke grenadeSmoke grenades are used as ground-to-ground or ground-to-air signaling devices, target or landing zone marking devices, and screening devices for unit movement. The body is a sheet-steel cylinder with emission holes in the top and bottom. These allow the smoke to be released when the grenade is ignited. Two main types exist, colored smoke (for signaling) and screening smoke. In colored smoke grenades, the filler consists of 250 to 350 grams of colored smoke mixture (mostly potassium chlorate, lactose and a dye). Screening smoke grenades usually contain HC (hexachloroethane/zinc) smoke mixture or TA (terephthalic acid) smoke mixture. HC smoke is harmful to breathe, since it contains hydrochloric acid. Whilst not intended as a primary effect, these grenades can generate enough heat to scald or burn unprotected skin and the spent casing should not be touched until it has cooled. CS gas grenadeTear gas grenades are similar to smoke grenades in terms of shape and operation. In tear gas grenades the filler is generally 80 to 120 grams of CS gas combined with a pyrotec

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781156488171

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