The M67 is a standard fragmentation hand grenade for U.S. Military Personnel and was used since 1968 to present. The grenade was filled with Composition B explosive (Cyclotrimethylene-Trinitramine and Trinitotroluene) and metal fragments (in which the grenade gained its name).
When the safety clip and the pin was pulled, the safety spoon flies off and frees a firing pin, which snaps over to a percussion cap, ignited the fuse which would burn for 4-5 seconds before the grenade explodes, shoots the fragments out at high velocity which will injure or possibly kill anyone at the range of 15 feet.
Medal of Honor (2010)
The M67 is used by all ground factions as the primary grenade. Grenades can be picked up at special grenade cases located through the game. The grenade can be cooked.
The M67 is issued to the Special Ops and Sniper classes. It has a wide damage radius, but a small kill radius. It is unable to be cooked and has a shorter throwing distance than the singleplayer counterpart.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter
- "A third iteration of the ʹpineappleʹ grenade developed in WW II, this fragmentation grenade has a danger radius of 15 meters (45 ft.) and a kill radius of 5 meters (15 ft.). It was shaped like a baseball to take advantage of natural throwing abilities developed by recruits to facilitate training and application of the weapon."
- — Battlelog Description
The M67 is seen being used by Stump during the E3 Singleplayer demo. It is shown being able to be thrown a moderate distance, and is able to destroy cover. The grenade can be cooked.