The Claymore Mine was used extensively during the Vietnam War and was a very effective anti-personnel mine. The Claymore is a directional fragmentation mine and is 8.5 inches (21.6 cm) long, 1.375 inches (3.5 cm) wide, 3.25 inches (8.6 cm) high, and weighs 3.5 pounds (1.6 kg). The mine is loaded with 700 steel balls (10.5 grains) backed by a 1.5 pound (0.68 kg) layer of composition C-4 explosive and is initiated by a No. 2 electric blasting cap. Instruction sheet is attatched to the canvas bag.
This example is a practice M33 and is completely safe and inert. Great for the Vietnam collector or re-enactor.
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