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» Hand Grenade Gripping Procedures
Gripping procedures for both right an left handed Soldiers per FM 3-23.30
» Photos of Hand Grenades
» Hand Grenade Inspection Procedures
Inspection procedures for newly issued grenades, unpacked grenades and grenades stored on ammunition pouches.
» Cleaning, Lubrication and Preventive Maintenance of Hand Grenades
Hand grenades must be inspected and cleaned weekly when exposed to the environment.
» Throwing of Hand Grenades
Employment of hand grenades and various throwing positions outlined in FM 3-23.30
» Types of Hand Grenades
The six types of handgrenades according to FM 3-23.30