Canadian military slang dating back to World War I, for a mortar round or an aircraft 'iron' bomb, especially a heavy large-bore one. Derived from its weight and size, like a large pig.
"We were crossing the plain in open formation when the enemy brought smoke -- 'blind pigs' and rainmakers.
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