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Old 06-12-2007, 11:18 AM   #51
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You can't throw nades back?!? Don't you watch movies?!? (joke)

When in face with death ppl just get a mental block and can't remember prety much anything and rely on instinct wich in that situation probably says either "Run away" "Throw the nade back" or most likely "Pray to you false gods for mercy "
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Old 06-12-2007, 03:09 PM   #52
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Do you understand the difference between fragmentation radius and 100% leathal area ?
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Old 06-12-2007, 03:13 PM   #53
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I am no expert but human nature and the fact that when you get surprised there are delays in these type of situations equals a bad outcome. The fact that we can't "cook" gernades in BF2 leads people to the idea that IRL you could throw gernades back.
The USMC MOUT field manual directs Marines never to "cook off" grenades unless the are very experienced experts in their use. It seems to imply that most Marines would not be considered sufficiently "expert".

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I think if a gernade lands close enough to you to kill you it doesn't matter what you do. The best bet would be to lay prone with feet towards it as suggested.
No no, everybody know the correct protocol is to insert head between legs and apply pressure with lips to the end of kissing your ass goodbye.

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Old 06-12-2007, 03:22 PM   #54
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No no, everybody know the correct protocol is to insert head between legs and apply pressure with lips to the end of kissing your ass goodbye.
LMAO..whats left of it

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Old 06-12-2007, 07:18 PM   #55
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Yes, you're right. Unless the explosive charge wasn't completely combusted yet. The fragments begin to move outward when the charge is first detonated. As the reaction occurs, fragments are already moving outward. So if the fragments reach the helmet before the reaction is completed, those fragments may still be accelerating.

It's the same principle that causes barrel length to influence muzzle velocity in many cases.
ahh, thats true. i just figured a grenade was kinda like.. boom. not booo-oooo--oooom (exaggerated) cool though. i never really thought about how that applied to barrels though, thanks! so in the barrel, the blast keeps the power behind the bullet longer instead of a short barrel reaching the end and just shooting the power/blast out the sides? thats cool... learn somethin' new every day...

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Old 06-13-2007, 03:44 AM   #56
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Right. But it all depends on the charge used. If it's a very fast-burning charge, the round may not have left the barrel by the time the charge is combusted to the point where there is no longer force acting on the round. If you've got muzzle-flash occurring though, that's a sure indicator that you could do with a longer barrel.

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Old 06-13-2007, 01:06 PM   #57
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The USMC MOUT field manual directs Marines never to "cook off" grenades unless the are very experienced experts in their use. It seems to imply that most Marines would not be considered sufficiently "expert".



No no, everybody know the correct protocol is to insert head between legs and apply pressure with lips to the end of kissing your ass goodbye.

Hmm very interesting and LOL to the second part. I would imagine after the years of BF2 combat I have seen I would be considered an expert in a variety of military skill sets I still think your f**k'd if a gernade lands close to you and it hasn't been cooked off a bit
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