The RGD-5 hand grenade is a post-WWII Soviet hand grenade that was used by the Russian military from the 1950's onward. 

The grenade is activated by pulling the safety pin and then throwing the grenade. Simple and lightweight with an enormous blast radius, the RGD-5 is still in use with several of the Soviet Union's former client states, such as Iraq and other Arab nations.


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