NR20 C1

Notes: This fragmentation grenade was used only by the Dutch at the beginning of the Twilight War, though during that war, large quantities were smuggled to resistance fighters against the French in Belgium, Luxembourg, and Germany. The casing of the grenade is of high-impact plastic, with an inner lining of steel shot, and is very light yet effective for its weight.

Weapon

Type

Weight

Price

Damage

Penetration

DPV

NR20 C1

Fragmentation

0.39 kg

$4

C3 B10

Nil

0.4

V-40

Notes: This mini-grenade was first produced in the late 1960s. It is basically a small fragmentation grenade (minifrag) which is about half the size of standard fragmentation grenades and is thus ideal for CQB and urban combat. The grenade has a round body with a relatively-large fuze and spoon (itís actually about the same size as that of a standard fragmentation grenade, but looks huge atop such a small grenade as the V-40. The V-40 was or is being used by several NATO countries, but strangely enough, one of the primary users of the V-40 was in fact the US Navy SEALs in Vietnam. Production of the V-40 ceased in 1972.

Weapon

Type

Weight

Price

Damage

Penetration

DPV

V-40

Fragmentation

0.12 kg

$2

C1 B5

Nil

0.2