3 edition of Grenades and mortars found in the catalog.
Grenades and mortars
Ian V. Hogg
Bibliography: p. 
|Statement||[by] Ian Hogg.|
|Series||Ballantine"s illustrated history of the violent century. Weapons book, no. 37|
|LC Classifications||UF765 .H63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159,  p.|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||74155462|
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A mortar is usually a simple, lightweight, man-portable, muzzle-loaded weapon, consisting of a smooth-bore metal tube fixed to a base plate (to spread out the recoil) with a lightweight bipod mount and a sight. They launch explosive shells (technically called bombs) in high-arcing ballistic s are typically used as indirect fire weapons for close fire support with a variety.
GRENADES The arrival of the Machine Gun the magazine rifle and quick firing artillery forced soldiers to dig into the earth for protection thus creating the stalemate of trench warfare. Soldiers and generals alike began the search for new weapons that would give them the upperhand and allow them to break through the enemies’ barbed Continue reading "WW I – Grenades & Mortars".
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The Type 89 Grenade Discharger (八九式重擲弾筒, Hachikyū-shiki jū-tekidantō), inaccurately and colloquially known as a knee mortar by Allied forces, is a Japanese grenade launcher or light mortar that was widely used in the Pacific Ocean theatre of World War got the nickname the "knee mortar" because of an erroneous Allied belief that these launchers could be fired by propping Type: Light mortar.
> Is it possible to use mortar rounds as hand grenades. Yes you can. There are a few ways to go about it. I don’t know if striking the mortars against a hard surface like they did in Saving Private Ryan would actually work nowadays.
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materials on how to employ grenades.I'm glad the author addresses how grenades work in the movies as opposed to how they work in real life.
You don't get a big fireball and you can't flip cars with a there is a weakness in this book it is that this is such a broad topic that it is hard for The Hand Grenade to do a thorough Size: KB.
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This is, while being shot at, at point blank range, attacked with sabers, had hand grenades, thrown at him, mortars, launched at him, and bayonets thrust at him.(NOTE: There is no way, on God's green earth, that any Hollywood movie, could be made,of this scene, that anyone would believe, unless they read this book.)5/5(5).
The U.S. 60mm mortar round was authorized to be used with the M1 Projection Adapter as a rifle grenade! The shell was fitted into the adapter, the adapter & shell placed on the grenade launcher (M1 or M rifles only, no M1 carbines) the pin / safety wire removed and fired with the standard Grenade Projection Cartridge M3.Contents—Continued Chapter 14 Non-Lethal Weapons, page Definition † 14–1, page General † 14–2, page Surface danger zones † 14–3, page gauge shotgun, M (AA51), M (AA52), and bean bag (AA29) projectiles † 14–4, page 40mm M (BA06) sponge grenade † 14–5, page 40mm grenade foam rubber baton (BA07), rubber ball grenade (BA08), and MICI Wyoming runs a military-training complex outside Cheyenne, where it conducts live tactical exercises featuring rocket-propelled grenades, mortars and simulated truck bombs.