Inert Yugoslavian M-75 Kashikara Hand Grenade Кашикара Inert Ordnance
Very nice M-75 Kashikara inert hand grenade, originally made for the Yugoslav Army. Hand grenades of this type were mainly used in the Balkan wars and appear again and again in the hands of criminals throughout Europe.
Inert ordnance, completely free of hazardous substances.
The M-75 hand grenade is also called Kashikara in Serbian Kašikara and in Cyrillic script Кашикара.
The body consists of a plastic casing lined with 3000 2.5 mm steel balls and was filled with 36 - 38 grams of plastic explosive.
The deadly radius was about 15 meters, the injury radius about 36 meters.
The M-75 could be used in snow, mud and water without any problems and was particularly used aganst bunkers, trenches and in buildings.