stun grenade


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stun grenade

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a nonlethal grenade which is used to disturb the senses of enemies by its loud noise and its bright light
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Meanwhile, photographer Dan Smallman, from London, suffered serious damage to his left leg after a stun grenade exploded at his feet in Geneva.
The soldiers then attacked her, beating and kicking her, before throwing a stun grenade into the house.
Earlier this month he got 14 years for having a stun grenade and was already serving a drugs term.
Summary: A stun grenade exploded beneath the vehicle of a Muslim cleric in Majdal Anjar in the Bekaa on Wednesday, announced the Internal Security Forces (ISF).
Forces fired tear gas canisters, stun grenades, and banned Toto bullets towards residents, injuring a Palestinian youth with a banned Toto bullet, while another sustained injuries after being hit with a stun grenade.
It is thought the 1970s stun grenade floated down the Wye from the former SAS HQ at Stirling Lines.
Meanwhile, bomb squad personnel in the area of al-Rifai'e, (90 km) north of Nasseriya, defused a stun grenade weighing 250 grams that had been planted near the house of a local resident.
military's inventory are lethal grenades, such as fragmentation grenades, and non-lethal grenades such as the M84 stun grenade.
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A TEAM of Merseyside police officers caused chaos by exploding a stun grenade at an army base.
The grenade, said to be a stun grenade by one of the passengers, wounded 15 passengers - seven moderately and eight lightly according to Captain Jihad Rashad, head of the Jordanian civil aviation authority.
I hurl in a stun grenade and race into the control room.