This ADIM (Aerial Delivered Improvised Munition) is also seen used as an improvised rifle grenade.
Improvised munitions dropped from drones / UAVs have become an everyday threat to security forces in Iraq. This ADIM (Aerial Delivered Improvised Munition) is also seen used as an improvised rifle grenade and initial reports indicate they are produced within the Middle East using a plastic material to mold the body and fin portions. The improvised point-detonating fuze is manufactured from aluminum, and the safety pin is removed before deploying.
This replica is manufactured from solid urethane and features a removable fuze and safety pin.
Length: ~ 6.5? (Body + fuze)
Weight: ~ 6.5 oz.