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    Claymore sets

    Hello, Decided to photograph and share my official "collection".
    An m33 practice mine set with M60 fuse igniter and spare M57 (I did not include wire, bag and tester) and my recently acquired MON-50.
    Can anyone spare the MON-50 mounting clamp? Thanks for viewing.



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    Very nice. Are the practice mines weighted and if so with what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointblank0 View Post
    Very nice. Are the practice mines weighted and if so with what?

    Hi, The American claymore has the steel balls still embedded but the Russian one has the cut rods removed. I will place weights inside when I reinforce some areas that may crack. I have already put glue on one large crack on the side, but overall the MON-50 was in good condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demetrius View Post
    Can anyone spare the MON-50 mounting clamp?
    Also you need blasting machine PM-4, bag for two MON-50, special threading bushing for connecting with electrical detonator EDP (because not all time can be EDP-r on storage) and will be perfect - special sight
    But MON-50, as usual, looks very nice and Claymore M18A1 too, but Clatmore muuuuuch more rarely mine in ex-USSR (only from Afghanistan)
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    Would anyone know what the threading is? I took the shipping plug to the hardware store and asked for the right threading die but they could not find the correct one. I would like to make an inert detonator to fit and to thread on an MUV as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demetrius View Post
    Hello, Decided to photograph and share my official "collection".
    Nice set of mines, but you need the Mini Claymore: MM-1 DIRECTIONAL COMMAND DETONATED MINE
    "All live or dug ordnance shown in my posts has been dealt with by qualified EOD personnel"

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    I know of this mine, cannot find one. I might build one from kydex if possible.

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    Been on the search for the MM-1 minimore. Was only able to find two photos of it. does anyone here have any additional info on it or experience with it? I think the top protrusions are for attaching "legs", as there are screws inside them. but where does the primer go?

    I made this from kydex over the long weekend. Happy Thanksgiving!
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    Nice repro. If you look closely at the Arms Tech website photo, there is a metal strap around the right and left side that a carrying strap, target mounting strap is attached to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demetrius View Post
    Been on the search for the MM-1 minimore. Was only able to find two photos of it. does anyone here have any additional info on it or experience with it? I think the top protrusions are for attaching "legs", as there are screws inside them. but where does the primer go?

    I made this from kydex over the long weekend. Happy Thanksgiving!
    I have not found anything that says that the MM-1 is an adopted piece of equipment. The website gives a commercial name and address, with an apparent offer for Govt sales. Does anyone have anything identifying this as adopted?
    All dug or live ordnance shown in my posts is under EOD control and has been or will be dealt with accordingly by EOD personnel

 

 
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