Chinese hand grenades

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    well it doesn't give out much info. It be cool if we can get a closer look. But IMO it doesn't matter as long at it go off when ya want it to and kill it a good genades.
     
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    Also if whatever it is made out of is fragile enough to fragment, but tough enough to be deadly.
     
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    That Egyptian grenade looks like it's homemade, but then again the Egyptians do use some pretty high tech equipment...
     
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    Singapore grenade....

    Thrown one before.........the effect is WOW! the earth will tremor! Dun believe that we are thought the fuse is 6 sec. Mine blew up in 4 sec!

    [​IMG]
     
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    Hummm... I thought that happen from time to time with any genades. But I am not dat sure.
     
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    Normaly, grenades are set for six seconds. But because of diffrences in individual manufacture, it could be anything from eight to four seconds before detonation.
     
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    Type 82-1 wasn't introduced into the service, AFAIK. But Type 82-2 and Type 86 were.
     
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    Soviet/Russian UZRGM grenade fuse burns out in 3.2 - 4.2 sec (it's used in all Russian grenades and their chinese copies, except the latest Russian RGO and RGN). Type 67 grenades (and Type 77 apparently) explode after 4.5 - 5 sec. WY91 is reported to explode after 2.8 - 4 sec. Too long delay is rather bad, actually - because your chances to get the grenade back increase in some circumstances, as well as the enemy's chances to survive.
     
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    that's why you delay the throw. back in world war, soldiers would hold onto the grenade a second.
     
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