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PMN-4 anti-personnel mine

Country of Origin: Russia


The PMN-4 is a high-explosive (HE), delay-armed, pressure-fired, anti-personnel (APERS) blast mine. The cover of the mine is black; the body is reddish brown.

The mine can be manually implanted or scattered from a moving vehicle. It contains numerous metal parts and should be detectable with a mine detector.


The mine went on public display for the first time in 1993. The PMN-4 is in use, though not widely.

The Landmine Monitor Report 2003: Toward a Mine-free World included...

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