RG-41

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Drawing of RG-41 grenade

The Soviet RG-41 was a fragmentation grenade developed during World War II. It was in production for only short time from 1941 to 1942 before being replaced by RG-42.[1]

It contained a 150 g high explosive charge in a cylindrical can; the total weight was about 440 grams. The grenade could be thrown about 30 to 50 meters; the lethal radius was up to 5 meters; the maximum lethal radius was up to 15 meters.[1]

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