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PROM-1 anti-personnel mine

Country of Origin: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia


A bounding fragmentation mine, the PROM-1 has a 360-degree kill radius covering 72 ft (22 m).

UPROM-1 and UPMR-3 fuses generally come equipped with this mine. Once the firing mechanism is triggered, a pyrotechnic charge is ignited one to two seconds later. The delay is intended to allow the target to move out of the PROM-1's upward ejection path, permitting maximum fragmentation spread.

A lanyard, secured to the ground, determines the height of the blast.

The PROM-1 may have a...

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