offensive grenade

offensive grenade

[ə′fen·siv grə′nād]
(ordnance)
A hand grenade having a nonmetallic container, designed to kill or injure by blast and concussion.
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Presenting initial findings on the death, a state prosecutor said on Tuesday he was probably the victim of an offensive grenade, an explosion-filled device sometimes used by police to disperse crowds in serious riot situations.
Cazeneuve announced on Tuesday that the use of offensive grenades would be suspended pending the investigation results.
In addition, the improvements to the MK3 offensive grenade provide the Soldier with a lightweight blasting and demolition capability that is gripped, armed, and employed in the same manner as a hand grenade.
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