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Toy hand grenade apparatus

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5240450.

A toy assembly includes an elongate body to receive a balloon member arranged for bursting upon a timed mechanism mounted within an upper tube portion of the body projected into the body and piercing the balloon after a predetermined interval. A modification of the invention includes a medial web directed medially and orthogonally relative to the body axis dividing the body into an upper and lower body cavity receiving an upper and lower balloon therewithin, with a lower balloon arranged for bursting upon impact by the piercing member mounted resiliently within a lower end of the lower body aligned with the axis.

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