RG-14 hand grenade

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RG-14 Russian hand grenade (Model 1914 grenade)
RG-14/30 Soviet hand grenade (Model 1914/30 grenade)

The RG-14 (Russian: РГ-14, Ручная граната Рдултовского образца 1914 года, Ruchnaja granata Rdultovskogo obrazca 1914 goda, "Hand Grenade Pattern of year 1914"), known in English sources as Model 1914 grenade, is a Russian hand grenade developed by Capt. Vladimir Iosifovich Rdultovsky, based his previous RG-12 hand grenade. It was the main hand grenade of Russian Imperial Army during the Great War, and of Red Army during the Russian Civil war.

In 1925, the decision was made to create a new stick hand grenade. The first trials of what later became RGD-33 were unsuccessful, and modified RG-14 was adopted as stopgap weapon. The modified version, designated RG-14/33, had increased capacity and reliability. It was filled with TNT instead of Picric Acid; to improve its kill radius a fragmentation sleeve could be fitted (the sleeve was optional, placed on grenade only in need during the combat). Otherwise, RG-14/30 is exactly the same as the base model. RG-14/33 was produced in 1930-1934 and then replaced in production by RGD-33, but large stores of these grenades, both newly produced and converted from original RG-14s, allowed its usage in Red Army until mid-1943.

Captured RG-14/30 grenades was used by Finland as m14-30 and Germany as Handgranate 336(r).

Note: as both versions externally look the same, there isn't a guaranteed way to distinguish them from each other. In most cases screen grenades are RG-14/30.

  • (RG-14: 1914 - 1930; RG-14/30: 1930 - 1934)
  • Length: 220 - 235 mm
  • Weight: 700 - 720 g (800 g with a fragmentation sleeve)
  • Explosive Weight: 300 g (Picric Acid or TNT)
  • Blast radius: 5 - 20 meters (25-100 with a fragmentation sleeve)

The RG-14 and RG-14/30 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Contents


Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
October: Ten Days That Shook the World (Oktyabr) Red sailors RG-14 1927
Arsenal Bolsheviks RG-14 1929
Nail in the Boot (Gvozd v sapoge) Red Army soldier 1932
Chapaev Red Army men 1934
The Thirteen (Trinadtsat) Red Army man 1936
The Sailors of Kronstadt (My iz Kronshtadta) Nikolai Ivakin Vasiliy Burmistrov 1936
Red and White troops
Fedka Aleksandr Zasorin Vasya Sorokin 1937
Timofey Remizov Mishka
Nikolay Kat-Oglu Fedka Trofimov
Red cavalrymen
Ski Battalion (Za Sovetskuyu Rodinu) Oleg Zhakov Toivo Antikainen 1937
Pyotr Aleynikov Eino
Soviet and Finnish soldiers
Lenin in October (Lenin v oktyabre) Red Guards 1937
The Defense of Volochayevsk (Volochayevskiye dni) Aleksandr Morozov Trofimych 1938
The Defense of Volochayevsk (Volochayevskiye dni) Partisans, Rad Army soldiers 1938
Soviet Border (Na granitse) Soviet Borger Guard soldiers 1938
If War Comes Tomorrow (Esli zavtra voyna) Red Army soldiers 1938
The Man with the Rifle (Chelovek s ruzhyom) Mark Bernes Kostya Zhigilev 1938
Vladimir Lukin Nikolai Chibisov
Stepan Kayukov Andrei Dymov
Red Guards
The Vyborg Side (Vyborgskaya storona) Yuriy Tolubeev Yegor Bugai 1939
Shchors Evgeniy Samoylov Nikolay Shchors Likely RG-14 1939
Fyodor Ishchenko Petro Chizh
Aleksandr Khvylya Savka Troyan
Red soldiers
Yakov Sverdlov Red sailors 1940
Fighting Film Collection No. 1 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 1) Red Army soldiers Footage from Shchors 1941
Aleksandr Parkhomenko Red Army soldiers, Anarchists 1942
Kotovsky Vera Maretskaya Doctor Olga 1942
Aleksandr Parkhomenko Aleksandr Khvylya Aleksandr Parkhomenko 1942
Pyotr Aleynikov Vasya Gaivoron
Red Army soldiers, Anarchists
The Unforgettable Year 1919 (Nezabyvaemyy 1919 god) Red sailors and workers 1951
School of Courage (Shkola muzhestva) Leonid Kharitonov Boris Gorikov 1954
Mark Bernes Afansii Chubuk
Mikhail Pugovkin Vasily Shmakov
The Crash of the Emirate (Krushenie emirata) Georgiy Yumatov Ignat 1955
Abdusalom Rakhimov Kurban Saidov
Sanat Divanov Sherali Yakubov
The Forty-first (Sorok pervyy) Red Army soldiers 1956
Miles of Fire (Ognennye versty) Ivan Savkin Grigory Zavragin 1957
And Quiet Flows the Don (Tikhiy Don) Nikolai Smirnov Pyotr Melekhov 1957
And Quiet Flows the Don (Tikhiy Don) Red sailors 1957
Baltic Glory (Baltiyskaya slava) Anarchists Mockups of RG-14 1957
1918 (Vosemnadtsatyy god) Vadim Medvedev Ivan Telegin 1958
Mikhail Gladysh Gymza
Oleko Dundich Branko Pleša Oleko Dundich 1958
Kochubey Sergey Yakovlev Andrey Roy 1958
Red and White soldiers
Soldiers Were Going (Shli soldaty...) Red sailors, an Anarchist robber 1959
The Golden Eshelon (Zolotoy eshelon) Vasiliy Shukshin Andrey Nizovtsev 1959
Red partisans
Fury (Yarost) Valentin Grudinin A Red sailor 1966
Red sailors, bandits
Remember This Day (Zapomnim etot den) Russian soldiers 1968
Officers (Ofitsery) Soviet soldiers 1971
Bumbarash Red Army soldiers, bandits 1971
Izhora Battalion (Izhorskiy batalyon) Boris Chirkov Ivan 1972
Dauria Vitali Solomin Roman Ulybin Mockups of RG-14 1972
Anarchists, White troops
The Black Captain (Chyornyy kapitan) Partisans 1973
Appointed as the Granddaughter (Naznachayeshsya vnuchkoy) Boris Andreyev Grandfather Timofey 1976
Keep Your Eyes Open! (Smotri v oba!) Borislav Brondukov Lykov 1981
Radner Muratov Zakirov
Fight at the Crossroads (Boy na Perekryostke) Aleksandr Ignatusha Ilya Frumin 1982
Joker Vyacheslav Molokov Khrushch 1991
Water Thieves (Pohititeli vody) Seen among weapons 1992
Batalion Anna Kuznetsova Serafima Pluzhnikova 2015
Panfilov's 28 (28 panfilovtsev) Seen on the table 2016

Television

Show Title Actor Character Note/Episode Air Date
The State Border: Film 3 Red Army soldier 1982
Makar the Pathfinder (Makar-sledopyt) Red Army soldiers 1984

Anime

Title Character Note Date
First Squad: The Moment of Truth 2009

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Notation Release Date
Battle of Empires : 1914-1918 "RG14" 2014

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