This Is How Claymore Explosion Looks In Real Life - Training With Help Of Bic Pen
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A group of US soldiers training with real M18A1 Claymore with the help of a Bic pen for stabilizing and aiming the mine in training range. This video also show US soldiers training with real M67 grenade and training with real AT4 rocket launcher.
The M18A1 Claymore is a directional landmine used by the Armed Forces of the United States since the Vietnam War . It was designed between 1952 and 1956 mainly Norman A. Macleod, who named it in honor of a great Scottish sword .
Unlike a conventional land mine, the Claymore is directional and remote-controlled, so that when it is detonated rain triggers a metallic balls to a specific area ( dead zone ) similar to a shotgun . It is used primarily as anti device infiltration against infantry enemy.
Many countries use similar to the Claymore mines. Examples models include MON-50 , MON-90 , MON-100 , MON-200 of the former Soviet Union , MRUD of Serbia , MAPED F1 of France and MS-803 Mini of South Africa .
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