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3D printed Soviet RGD-33 grenade with 4 outer grenades (Q2/E) *

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3D printed Soviet RGD-33 grenade with 4 outer grenades, they would stick 4 outer grenades to gain a bigger explosion, very good condition.

The Soviet RGD-33 (Ручная Граната Дьяконова образца 33 года >Ruchnaya Granata Djakonova obraztsa 33 goda, "Hand Grenade, Dyakonov design, pattern year [19]33") is an anti-personnel fragmentation stick grenade developed in 1933.

The grenade was composed of three separate pieces that were stored in different crates until use: the warhead and sleeve, spring-loaded handle, and fuze tube. They were assembled and issued only before combat. The warhead and handle were screwed together and carried in a grenade pouch and the fuzes were wrapped in waxed paper and carried separately in the pouch's internal pocket. There was a hole in the outer handle to the right of the thumb catch that lined up with bars of paint on the inner handle, making a coloured dot - a white dot meant safe and a red dot meant the handle assembly was cocked. It would not be armed unless the fuze tube had been inserted, which would be done only before throwing.



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