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    Russian RGD-5 markings

    Can someone of Russian language can tell me from where these grenades comes from, relaying just on the markings?135648956.jpgcache_500_1__mb108899_4b1ac4533167dacff229591f2d4c032c_mainpi.jpgforse estonia Vasar RGD5_prac1.jpg

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    Welp, the light green one is inert. Sorry I cannot help any further.

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    The triangle ^ symbol I had ID as Russian.
    Krasnozavodsk Chemical Factory.

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    Hi. This may be of some help. Cheers
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    any live or recovered ordnance shown in my posts was recovered and dealt with accordingly by trained EOD personel

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    Fragman
    If it is Estonian , is that a different symbol of an L under an inverted V?
    The symbol on the grenades in question are either made or loaded in Russia by Krasnozavodsk Chemical Factory.
    This factory loaded mortars, grenades , flares etc.

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    How about factory 1418? Any ideas on that one?

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron3350 View Post
    The triangle ^ symbol I had ID as Russian.
    Krasnozavodsk Chemical Factory.

    Do you have a source for that? Thanks.

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    Koll Ref.jpegFlare Ref.jpgMy ID references come from C.Koll Russian Cannon and from Thielborger book on Flare Cartridges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francesco_Dif View Post
    Can someone of Russian language can tell me from where these grenades comes from, relaying just on the markings?
    Triangle ^ is marking for plant No 11 or Krasnozavodsky chemical plant (Краснозаводский химический завод or КХЗ, on russian language). This plant was producing fuyes UYRGM and UYRGM'2 and also filling grenades RGD-5 etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvollenberg View Post
    How about factory 1418? Any ideas on that one?

    Joe

    It is renovating base. Town Chimik, Moscov area (Московская обл., Можайский район, посёлок Химик)

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