Actually they are grenade cartridges. There is no such US GI modern designation as "Grenade Blanks". There were Grenade Blanks during the 1920's and earlier but by WWII the designations were corrected to prevent the problems you refer to in your post.Aren't 7.62 mm NATO rifle grenade blanks M64?
Yes.. I was referring to the Launcher attachment for the M14 rifle... not the M79 grenade launcher.... sorry for the mixup.Bill Ricca said:Furthermore when I think he crossed the M79 with the M76 launcher.
Thank you for the warning, I was aware of the Kalistan laws... unfortunately even the flash hider which has the bayonet lug which attaches to the grenade launcher is illegal. I am planning to move to a free state like Texas or Nevada and that is the purpose of my research.delloro said:it is California indeed.
Yes, unfortunately I was not in a decent financial state prior to 2000 so I could not buy and subsequently register an assault weapon. The law does allow for permits to obtain one after the fact but I am sure that happens as often as snow in death valley.delloro said:a FH which also serves as a GL may be possessed on a properly registered "AW." E.g., an AR-15 with a USGI FH. but, a purpose specific GL is not allowed. Thank God, I say, because there sure were a lot of grenade incidents.... :roll: