$40.00

RG42 Soviet Grenade - Dummy Replica
[RG42-Dummy]

Stock Status: In Stock

History:
The Soviet RG-42 was a fragmentation grenade originally introduced during World War II as an emergency measure, continuing in use with the USSR and its Warsaw Pact allies in the post-war period. It contained about 200 grams of explosive charge (TNT) in a cylindrical can. The grenade could be thrown about 35–40 meters and has an effective blast radius of around 10 meters. The total weight of the grenade with the fuse was about 500 grams. It used the 3.2 to 4 second UZRGM fuse, also used in the RGD-5, RG-41, and F1 grenades.

Details:
This is a RG-42 Soviet hand grenade, a dummy replica model based on the Russian variant. Made of wood, with a metal spoon lever and pin/ring, detailed with a makers stamp, it is painted green with a metallic fuse, has a battle worn look and shiny finish. These have been designed as props, they are completely non-functioning grenades, and do not contain an explosive charge.

Uses:
These can be for use in war re-enacting, as training dummies, props for film makers and photographers, and make an nice addition to your militaria collection as a display item.

Specifications:
Type: Dummy
Size: 12.5H x 6W cm
Colour: Dark green
Weight: 130 gms (approx.)
Material: Wood, metal

Note:
We will not ship these outside of Australia.
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