Grenade RGD-33


Grenade RGD-33
Diagramme de la RGD-33.
Partisans soviétiques en Biélorussie, 1943.

La grenade RGD-33 était une grenade à fragmentation soviétique développée en 1933. Cette grenade à manche antipersonnelle était dérivée du modèle de 1914 utilisée durant la Première Guerre mondiale.


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