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The Mills bomb was adopted by the British Army as its standard fragmentation hand grenade in 1915, and designated as the No. 5. The fuse time ranged from seven seconds in original models to four seconds in the final production forms
– Official Verdun Weapon Guide[1]

The Mills bomb is the standard British grenade in Verdun, being a single use weapon arming, with appropriate the appropriate load-out, the NCO and Bomber. It is shaped like a pineapple and has a fuse time of five seconds.


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