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A rifle grenade is a grenade that uses a rifle-based launcher to permit a longer effective range than would be possible if the grenade was thrown by hand.
The practice of projecting grenades with rifle-mounted launchers was first widely used during World War I and continues to the present, with the term "rifle grenade" now encompassing many different types of payloads including high explosive, fragmentation, and anti-tank warheads as well as concussion, smoke, incendiary, and flare missiles.
Rifle grenades have largely been supplanted in the infantry fire support role by a combination of grenade launchers (typically affixed to rifles) and disposable anti-armor rockets.
I'm looking for the older, original Benchmaster Cadillac rifle rest. Must look like the pics attached as their later versions(black) are not nearly as good. Could be why they stopped making them!
Send me pics of what you have. email@example.com
I'm getting out of bench rest rifle shooting and have this wonderful rifle rest made by D. R. Greenlaw. You can visit his website and see his prices. I paid over $450 for this one and it is adjustable for every conceivable thing one could ask for. Asking $265.
So I would like to buy a Rifle Rest. I KNOW I won't use it but 3-4 times a year so I had an idea co-op! Let me know if you would like to go in on one. If I end up buying it myself I will probably just rent it out for like $10 a day or something. But I would like to find 1-3 other people to share...