Smoke grenades have been used for centuries by various militaries around the world for both providing temporary concealment and for signalling.
Before the modern, wire-pull or pin release canisters, armies used devices wrapped in paper and ignited with a torch or sparks.
Have you been holding out, waiting for ammunition prices to drop back to where they were in 2019? During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, Paul and Jarrad will discuss the state of the industry.
AP5 from Century Arms Review
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