Can grenade embed in a body if fired from grenade launcher?

Well first of all the grenades shot in moderan day grenade launchers aren't really genades like infantry throw, they are more like mortors without fins. They don't really have a time delay or fuse to deturmine when they detinate either, grenades shot out of launchers generally explode on impact. HOWEVER....there is a kind of safety mechenism built into the grenade rounds to keep them from going off before being fired which requires them to rotate at a high enough speed for a certain amount of revilutions before arming...it generally takes about 15 feet for this to occure after launch. So...if someone was shot at nearly point blank range in under 15 feet or so from the shooter and assuming the grenade did not pass completely through them (which would be a fairly magical feat considerind how big a grenade is and how dense and bone fulled the human body is) it is possible for that to happen. The person would not blow up afterwards but that wouldn't really matter anyways as the tremendous trama delt to the persons body from the impact would kill them anyways. To put it in prespective a 12 gauge slug is probly about 1/8 to 1/10 the size of the standard 40mm grenade and you don't hear about anyone walking way for one of those. And if the person is beyond the arming range the genade Might penitrate an inch or two in the few miliseconds it take it to trigger but that's trivial as the person is just what we refer to a the pink mist at that stage. I hope this helped, I know I had fun( Marines always like to talk about things that go BOOM :)
Well first of all the grenades shot in moderan day grenade launchers aren't really genades like infantry throw, they are more like mortors without fins. They don't really have a time delay or fuse to deturmine when they detinate either, grenades shot out of launchers generally explode on impact. HOWEVER....there is a kind of safety mechenism built into the grenade rounds to keep them from going off before being fired which requires them to rotate at a high enough speed for a certain amount of revilutions before arming...it generally takes about 15 feet for this to occure after launch. So...if someone was shot at nearly point blank range in under 15 feet or so from the shooter and assuming the grenade did not pass completely through them (which would be a fairly magical feat considerind how big a grenade is and how dense and bone fulled the human body is) it is possible for that to happen. The person would not blow up afterwards but that wouldn't really matter anyways as the tremendous trama delt to the persons body from the impact would kill them anyways. To put it in prespective a 12 gauge slug is probly about 1/8 to 1/10 the size of the standard 40mm grenade and you don't hear about anyone walking way for one of those. And if the person is beyond the arming range the genade Might penitrate an inch or two in the few miliseconds it take it to trigger but that's trivial as the person is just what we refer to a the pink mist at that stage. I hope this helped, I know I had fun( Marines always like to talk about things that go BOOM :)