Do bombs use fins or parachutes for stabilization?
Bombs used in WW II generally were blimp-shaped. That is to say, they were fatter in the middle and converged to pointy ends on both sides. If they were to be dropped from planes they usually had some kind of stabilization vanes, as well. Bombs for use underwater (limpet mines) had different shapes, however, and were round, with many projecting triggers.