gas munition

gas munition

[¦gas myü′nish·ən]
(ordnance)
A munition such as a bomb, projectile, pot, candle, or spray tank containing a war gas and a means of release.
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Several members of the Syrian Army were in the region when the militants fired chlorine gas munition at their positions, causing many to seek medical treatment following the attack.
In part this is because of the anomalous position of gas munitions under the Geneva Gas Protocol of 1925.
Mubarak wanted tens of thousands of CS gas munitions and the 37 mm TL-1 launchers with iron front post and rear groove sights to fire them.