Exactly. One guy in the squad had one having been made in 1943, according to the markings. Handgrenades used are the typical russian ones, usually RGD5 and F1, or the det-on-impact RGN and RGO ones. Yeah. They should be taken seriously in every way, but they arent really as good as they would make themselves out to be. Honestly, I dont know really whats going on, and I shouldnt really say either. But everyone can see that there are lots of idiotic powerstruggles going on. Typical slavic post-soviet style. The ceasefire-terms in Shyrokyne, agreed on by the Ukrainians, says Azov and others are supposed to withdraw from the hill on the western side of town is just insane. The russians are supposed to withdraw east too, but everyone knows that as soon as the Ukrainians leave the high grounds, its only a matter of time before the russians break the ceasefire and takes them. Then, we are basicly back to where we were in January and the rocketbombings of Mariupol. Exactly why the OSCE, the Ukrainian command and politicians think there will be any other outcome of it, I have no idea..