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idbdidbdkxn

Explosives cant just explode by random hit/vibration. How would they transport them? Other thing is that I can be just mine case without explosive.

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9gaegger

He unscrewed the detonator! Everything's perfectly safe!

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tostizonderkaas

my father used to do the same thing when camping with us, he had like a german grenade that he used comicly as a hammer for the tent pegs (i hope it was defused) nothing heapend to it as far as i know

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pesec151

TM-57 anti-tank mine without a fuse, at the moment it is no more dangerous than a brick

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fridgefudge

wrong way, turn it around please

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filamnder

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free_mahimahi

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tortube

Not like your average antitank mines explodes from that, especially if they do not have detonator etc. necessary parts in place. This is something that looks dangerous to untrained eye, but it's not really THAT dangerous, you just need to know few basic things how those things work. Similar as I remember some movie review where reviewers were laughing at the fact that explosives they were setting up in the movie had text "explosive" etc. on them with bold letters. While explosives usually do have that kind of "demolition", "explosive" etc. text to make identifying them easier for e.g. those who handle and move them around to know what they are dealing with instead of just serial number or such.

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trtoc

i see no problem here

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ayyboii

you do know that it takes much more than this to set off a mine ?

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