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Table 4-1. Leading Characteristics, Explosive Charges, and Initiating Devices
TM 9-1300-277
CHAPTER 4
DESCRIPTION OF DEMOLITION MATERIALS
encased in a clear plastic container with a threaded cap
4-1. GENERAL
well in each end. Bulk explosive may be obtained by
cutting open the plastic container. It is used where a
a. In this manual, the term demolition materials
high brisance, powerful plastic explosive capable of
means those explosive charges and incendiaries,
being shaped is required. Composition C-4 is moldable
together  with  necessary  accessories,  that  are
between -70 and +170 .
F
F
deliberately placed for the express purpose of disposing
of (demilitarizing) unserviceable or excess serviceable
munitions. Such materials include explosive charges,
explosive initiating devices designed for use with such
charges,  explosive  and  non-explosive  mechanical
devices, and apparatus such as instruments, tools, and
equipment used with charges for performing various
disposal functions.
b. This chapter contains descriptions of demolition
materials specified for demilitarization/disposal use in
this manual. Table 4-1 summarizes the characteristics
of the explosive charges and initiators. Accessories and
tools are listed in Table 4-2.
4-2. DEMOLITION EXPLOSIVE CHARGES
Figure 4-1. M5A1 demolition charge.
a. Demolition
explosive
charges
used
in
(2) Charge, demolition, block, M112 (fig. 4-
detonation demilitarization procedures are described in
2). This is a 1-1/4 pound charge of composition C-4
detail in FM 5-25, TM 91375-213-12, and as follows:
packed in a 2x1x11 inch mylar-film container (bag)
(1) Charge, demolition, block, M5A1 (fig. 4-
1). This is a 2-1/2 pound charge of composition C-4
Table 4-1. Leading Characteristics, Explosive Charges, and Initiating Devices.
Weight
Explosive
National
(One Item
Stock
Dimensions (Inches)
Only-Not
Nomenclature
Number
Length
Width
Diameter
Height
Gross
For Pack)
Cap, Blasting,
1375-00-889-2003
3.0
0.275
13.5 grain
Electric, M6
Cap, Blasting,
1375-00-028-5228
2.344
0.237
13.5 grain
Non-electric,
J1 (comm'l)
Cap, Blasting,
1375-00-028-5223
6.9 grain
Non-electric,
No. 8 Delay
(comm'l)
Change 1
4-1

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