The new Dynatex 6209 multishot blank firing grenade is sure to change airsoft gameplay forever. Sure, there have been multishot grenades before, but combine the six shots from this single chamber with the reliability and consistency of Dynatex, then you cannot go wrong.
The cylindrical chamber holds six .209 primers and is manually rotated to the next chamber by unscrewing the base ring a couple of times, pulling down the chamber, rotating it and then it locks into place, then you just tighten the base ring and it’s ready to go. We have a video below showing you how to load and prime your Dynatex 6209 impact grenade and they also come with instructions in the box.
Dynatex is the original and arguably, the best manufacturer of blank firing and training impact grenades on the market. This new release is sure to change training and airsoft massively. The quality and performance of the Dynatex BFGs are like no other, never have a failed shot again with the 6209 grenades. In the video below, we tested from various heights and found the grenade still successfully went off whilst being dropped at only 40cm of the hard floor.
This is a full metal training grenade and is based on the same size and weight as the police training grenades . Dynatex has now switched entirely to just .209 primers now for their airsoft BFG due to length testing at the proofing house from 9mm blanks and 12g blanks.
The entire mechanism design is patented by Dynatex (patent no. EP06251303.1) and on the 6209 it moves very freely and smoothly to allow detonation from nearly every angle. We know some players run their BFGs without pins in their pouches, but we highly recommend keeping the pin secured until you’re ready to throw it for the safety of you and others around you.
What’s in the box?
- Dynatex 6209 blank firing grenade
- Ring retention pin
- 550 lanyard cord
- Instruction Manual
- Six shot .209 primer chamber ring
- Silver knurled securing ring
The pin included with the Dynatex 6209 impact grenade is now a ring retention pin, you put the pin through the grenade and put the pin over the top to retain it in the cut out groove. We are in the process of doing new pictures with the new pin.
After various tests (and a lot of hurt ears) we tried our best to not set the grenade off to find a fault somewhere but was very difficult. We dropped it on its head, side, base and also from various heights. We found the minimum height to drop it from on its side was 40cm which is absolutely nothing compared to how hard and how far airsoft BFGs are usually thrown in the field. We are confident in saying you’ll find it dead easy to set this blank firing grenade off every time you throw it, and if you don’t, then you need to reassess your throwing techniques.
If you have had airsoft BFGs before then you know how tiresome or annoying it is to carry the extra weight after being collected and if you run six at a time on your kit that can add up to a lot of weight and space taken up. With this unit, it’ll be a mere fraction of the weight and only take up one pouch space leaving you extra room for carrying other tactical gear.
- Full metal construction
- Up to six .209 primers
- Rotating chamber
- High-quality ring retention pin
- Small lanyard
- Easy to use
Take a look at our instructional video on how to load the Dynatex 6209 blank firing grenade and have a slow-motion look at it being set off from only 40cm above the ground.