U.S. ARMY IMPROVISED MUNITIONS HANDBOOK
This handbook describes in detail how to build munitions from seemingly harmless materials that can be bought at drug or paint stores, found in junk piles, or acquired from military stocks. Features explanations of how to construct explosives, detonators, propellants, incendiaries, delays, and more. 600 illus.
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