Sorry, but no proper grenades or flash bangs for you. The Enola Gaye Grenade Company saves those for LEO and military buyers. You can, however, buy EGC’s smoke grenades in both small (around $8 per unit) and large sizes (about $15 a pop) from one of their 400 stockists. And why, pray tell would you, a gun guy or gal, want a smoke grenade?
Rifle or pistol hunters out in the outback traipse through areas where cell service can be spotty or non-existent. Should they screw the proverbial pooch, a smoke grenade will signal rescue services if and when help arrives. An Enola Gaye grenade is small, weighs practically nothing, emits no toxins, doesn’t spit fire and creates maximum visibility.
Alternatively, a smoke grenade is just the thing to confuse home invaders and create stealth — assuming you don’t confuse yourself and run straight into your sofa. Oh, and Enola Gaye’s smoke grenades are charcoal-based. They will set off your smoke detectors. Which tend to make a hell of a racket. Good thing or bad thing? We report, you deride.