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Asked in World War 2, Military Equipment
Is it legal to own a frag grenade?
Yes, I own one but i assure you, all the gunpowder in taken out of the grenade. --- As noted above, non-functional grenades are legal. However, any sort of functioning grenade is classified as an explosive device, which are illegal. Possession and use of explosives is highly regulated, and any sort of explosive weapon is illegal. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
If you own a grenade and don't have a license for it what should you do with it?
You should telephone or call in at your Police Station and tell them you have found a grenade and want to surrender it to them. They will authorise someone to collect it. ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Teargas and Graffiti - 2013?
The cast of Teargas and Graffiti - 2013 includes: Serra Akcan as Photographer Ziya Azazi as Dancer Fulya Erdemci as Curator Saner Sen as Photographer ...
Asked in Firearms, The Difference Between
What is the difference between trench gun and a riot gun?
The trench gun was a Winchester model 1897 pump action shotgun. A riot gun is or is modeled on a military M79 40mm grenade launcher. They are designed to fire nonlethal rounds, typically beanbags or riot control gas canisters (CS or teargas). ...
What is the Difference between a pineapple grenade and a frag grenade?
A frag grenade is a sphere shaped grenade and a pineapple grenade is narrow but some what wide, but there is no difference in explosions. I mean, one might go farther when you throw it but who knows. ...
What was invented afterwards to replace the hand grenade?
The hand grenade hasn't been replaced - it's still in use worldwide, even with the most technologically advanced military forces. Rifle grenade launchers, grenade launchers, and underbarrel grenade launchers were developed not to replace the hand grenade, but as a means of filling the gap between a thrown hand grenade and a mortar. ...