fragmentation grenade


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fragmentation grenade

n.
A grenade that scatters shrapnel over a wide area upon explosion.
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Caption: A Marine throws an M67 fragmentation grenade during a grenade range at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune (above).
WITH two officers already gunned down in cold blood, evil Dale Cregan planned to carry on his murderous mission using a stash of hidden fragmentation grenades.
When the officers arrived, Cregan attacked, firing 32 times in a matter of seconds, emptying his handgun's magazine, before leaving his "calling card" by throwing a military fragmentation grenade as his victims lay bleeding on the floor.
Indeed, their sacrifice expedited the publication of French-language operating manuals, the replacement of the M61 grenade with the V40 fragmentation grenade and ended the use of the grenade launching weapon system in favour of the.
About an hour later, Cornett took an M-26 fragmentation grenade off his web belt and put it on his refrigerator.
She died in a blast caused by a fragmentation grenade thrown by one of her rescuers.
A US special forces soldier is reportedly facing disciplinary action for throwing a fragmentation grenade believed to have killed Linda.
It appears increasingly likely that UK citizen Linda Norgrove was killed on October 8, 2010, by an American fragmentation grenade.
50-caliber machine gun, a fragmentation grenade thrown by an insurgent fell through the gunner's hatch into the vehicle.
Baseball Study #6, 2008, is a simple pairing of an ordinary baseball with an M67 fragmentation grenade mounted on a found piece of wood.
Picatinny Arsenal developed a 40 x 46 mm low-velocity cartridge that was classified as the M406 40-mm high-explosive fragmentation grenade, and in 1961 the army fielded the first production examples of the M79 grenade launcher.