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    IDnumber183
    CaliberKrevadpatron
    ModelKrevadpatron m/16c
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    The Krevadpatron m/16c is of the same specifications as the m/16, loaded with black powder and gives a bang and a smoke cloud after about 2-3 seconds. This grenade also weights 165 gram. [5]
    The difference is all in the construction of the wooden bottom part that has a new forming, and a simplified and modernized ignition of a straight model, a metal tube fixed in the wooden bottom containing ignition and delay components.
    The m/16c is only found in the Amkat catalog of 1960, while a drawing exists from 1950. It seems like it co existed for a while with the krevadpatron m/52.
    The cartridge were distributed in the crate m/52, packed with 48 grenades.
    1960 ptr låda m/98 48 st


     
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    CaliberKrevadpatron
    ModelKrevadpatron m/5
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    Krevadpatron 5 is used with Krevadkarbin m/2 and uses standard 6,5 mm m/14 blank ammunition as the rifle grenade cartridge. It weight's 0,09 kg and contains 30 gram of black powder and "grass hoppers". After about 2 seconds it delivers a bang, a cloud of smoke and a clattering sound. [6]


    [6] AMKAT 1975



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