An explosive on a board fitted with a rope or wire loop for carrying and attaching.
More example sentences
- Two types of grenade can be lobbed, smoke and fragmentation, while the Covert Ops class can also make use of the satchel charge, a somewhat stealthier explosive device that can be thrown and then detonated remotely from cover.
- He grabbed a satchel charge, carefully unclasping the clasp and flipping the tan covering off, revealing plastic explosives and a carefully placed set of syringes.
- This hole was blown open by some sort of satchel charge.
Definition of satchel charge in:
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