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Drawing of RG-41 grenade

The Soviet RG-41 stick grenade was an anti-tank weapon developed during World War II. It contained a 150 g high explosive charge. The total weight of the grenade with the fuse was about 0.44 kilograms. It used the 3.5 to 4 second UZRGM fuze. The UZRGM fuze is a universal Russian type also used in the RGD-5, RG-42, and F1 grenades.

The grenade had a short handle and was 200 millimeters in length. The explosive charge was contained in a cylindrical can. The grenade could be thrown about 35-40 meters.

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