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Media RSS Feed Report media Puukko, Varsikranaatti M/32 and Kasapanos 4kg (view original)
Puukko, Varsikranaatti M/32 and Kasapanos 4kg
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pmaxie4444
pmaxie4444 Mar 11 2013, 5:45pm says:

Thor's Hammer

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TheSoldier
TheSoldier Mar 11 2013, 5:51pm replied:

lol yup.

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Eat_Uranium Mar 11 2013, 6:36pm replied:

Thor's Hammer comes back to him, I'm not sure you'd want this to come back to you.

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Noname137
Noname137 Jul 21 2013, 5:31am replied:

Thors surprising Hamme :D

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Turkish007
Turkish007 Mar 12 2013, 1:21am says:

Excellent!

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The puukko is a type of small cutting knife that is traditionally carried by the Finnish. Designed for everyday tasks such as wood carving and the preparation of caught fish and game, the knife has also found much use in the various wars fought by the Finnish army. This diminutive but deadly knife was made by Seth Soldier.

The M32 stick grenade is an offensive hand grenade very similar in design to the German M24 grenade. The main differences were the use of an impact fuse instead of the German friction igniter, the design retained the belt-hook of older German grenade designs, and that the M32 is shorter than the M24.

The Finnish were aware of the German tactic of wiring extra heads to their grenades to make powerful anti-tank grenades, and decided that they needed a custom made design. While many designs were made in the field, there were also factory made weapons. These were 2, 3 and 4 kg charges using M32 and M24 stick grenade fuses, and were effective against most Soviet armoured vehicles.

The M32 grenade was made by Seth Soldier and modified into a 4 kg satchel charge by Kraetzer.

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