We would like to draw your attention to an updated version of ORDATA covering the most commonly used mines in greater detail.
A new version of the mine section has been commissioned by the NVESD Humanitarian Demining Program to re-organize, correct and supplement the mine information in the original ORDATA database. The new version is a `living' system that can be updated continuously and has far more powerful search functions.
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This is a delay-armed, pressure-actuated, blast, antipersonnel (apers) landmine. The mine may be mechanically or manually emplaced. It is believed that there is a training/practice version of this mine. The mine body is olive drab with black markings. The pressure plate cover is black rubber.
Country of Origin:
Net Explosive/Filler Weight
Transportation and Disposal Summary:
Do not transport!
Disposal by detonation.
BULGARIAN LANDMINE, APERS, PM-79
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