- flash + bang (Wiktionary)
“I think it’s interesting that in one context a flashbang is referred to as a “noise bomb”, then two sentences later a flashbang is referred to as a “stun grenade”.”
“EH says: pc: I think it’s interesting that in one context a flashbang is referred to as a “noise bomb”, then two sentences later a flashbang is referred to as a “stun grenade”.”
“And as I've said many times before, there is no way the average citizen armed with a gun can challenge the modern police officer who is armed to the teeth with even bigger guns, assault vehicles, battering rams, ballistic shields, "flashbang" grenades, smoke grenades, pepper spray and tear gas, to name just some of local law enforcement's arsenal.”
“As part of a demonstration by Troop F, a SWAT officer rolled a "flashbang" grenade under the seats of the students without their knowledge.”
“The New York Times reported last week that the New York City Police Department has halted the use of "flashbang" stun grenades.”
“Police were able to use a "flashbang" stun grenade on Muzquiz, and Officer Shawn Provot utilized a shield to knock Muzquiz into the bathtub where the machete landed, according to the complaint.”
“Outside the room another flashbang went off, followed by more shouting.”
“If Proff X, flashbang and slice – no speeches, no gloating, just getting it over with.”
“If Wolverine, knock out gas is the option, bub; then move on to find the Proffessor (and once found, do the same: flashbang first, then smoke, then slice).”
“It might be because the IDF decided that tossing flashbang grenades (noise bombs? really?), tear gas canisters and smoke grenades onto a ship in the dead of night, then shooting people with rubber bullets before boarding was a bad idea?”
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