Predecessors to the M68, these impact fuzed grenades used the M33 grenade body fitted with the M217 impact fuze, without a safety clip on the safety lever, and are marked in a similar manner to the M68.
It was essentially identical to the M67, but lacked the safety clip that is fitted to the safety lever of the M67. Equipment Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. The user then pulls the grenade and pull ring assembly apart, removing the safety pin from the fuse assembly. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. GRENADES MIDDLE-EAST & ASIA China: Type 67 Stickgrenade Like most stickgrenades, this Chinese type had a friction fuze with a pull wire which went through the handle. “Type 67 Frag Grenade. More information will be added. It is designed to be launched from This is a variant of the M67 fitted with the M217 impact fuze and a safety clip on the safety lever. Type 67 stick grenade is a Chinese hand grenade based on German Model 24 Stielhandgranate. When the grenade is thrown, the safety lever will fly free (under pressure from the striker spring) and the striker will hit the cap, igniting the pyrotechnic delay element. This grenade was widely used during the Vietnam War where it was known as "Chinese Type II". The user then throws the grenade at the intended target, taking care that the grenade does not strike an obstacle that could deflect the grenade, bounce it back towards the thrower or allow it to roll towards the thrower or an unintended place. It is a large grenade, and has good effectiveness against armor. It is carried by the North Vietnamese Army, by the Viet Cong and strangely by the Soviet Spetsnaz. A 4-cell Type 67 Grenade Pouch with four Type 67 grenades, A 2-cell Type 67 Grenade Pouch with two Type 67 grenades, The 2-cell and 4-cell Type 67 grenade pouches. Following World War II, the People's Liberation Army developed a standardized variant of the grenade, designated "Type 67". This page is under construction. The M68 has the same specifications and markings as the M67 except it has a red-painted fuze and lever to indicate it has an impact fuze. The safety pin prevents the safety lever, or "spoon" on the grenade from moving and releasing the spring-loaded striker which initiates the grenade's fuse assembly. The M69 grenade is used for grenade training to safely simulate the M67 grenade.
cartridge.  The M67 is typically known as a "baseball" grenade, because it is shaped like a ball that can be easily thrown. To deploy the M67 grenade, the user first removes the safety clip from the grenade. This is one of the standard Chinese rifle grenades, issued in large numbers to its troops and offered for export.