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Anti Personnel mines :

PP-Mi-Ba   PP-Mi-D      
  PP-Mi-Sr   PP-Mi-Sk   PP-Mi-Sb  
PP-Mi-Na   (PP-Mi-Na Practice)      


Anti Tank mines :

PT-Mi-D   PT-Mi-D II   PT-Mi-D III    
PT-Mi-K   PT-Mi-K II   PT-Mi-P   PT-Mi-U  
  PT-Mi-Ba   PT-Mi-Ba II   PT-Mi-Ba III  



PD-Mi-PK

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Czech trip flare
NO2 , copy of WW2 German alarmleuchtzeichen


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Demolition charges :

NÁLOŽKA 2KG IMPROVISOVANÁ

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PN 4 and PN 14 crater charge

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UTN-serie linear shaped charges

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Demolition charges 75gram to 3kilo

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Practice charges , made of wood

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Detonating cord NP4

This highly advanced type of detonating cord is manufatured commercially and is in standard
use by the Czech Army.
The cord consists of pentrite covered by several layers of woven fabric with an outer covering
of green-dyed elastic and waterproof thermoplastic.
The NP4 detonating cord has high tensil strength and is resistant to mechanical damage.
This detonating cord is issued in 50m (164ft) rolls.

Weight of explosive: 12gram/m.
Diameter: 5.3mm
Detonating velocity: 6700m/sec.
Water resistance: 48hours




DM - 11 smoke charge

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PT-Mi-D1M

PT-Mi-D1M SIG

Cv PT Mi-D1M

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Here's a list of Czech and Slovakian manufacturers and the letter-codes they used on the ammunition components.
Thanks Milan, for updating this list.

avm - Novoborské strojírny Nový Bor, machine works
aym - Povážské Strojárne, národný podnik, Povážská Bystrica
bnt - Vihorlat Snina
bxn - Blanické strojírny, Sellier & Bellot, Vlašim
cro - Chronotechna Šternberk
czo - Weapons factory Zbrojovka Vsetín
dtp - Vlárské strojírny, Slavicín machine works
ena - Policské strojírny, Policka machine works
esr - Sandrik Dolní Hamry
evr - Kovohute Nýrany, powder filling plant
fut - Adamovské strojírny, Adamov
gps - Unknown factory
gts - Závody všeobecného strojárstva Dubnica nad Váhom, filling&assembling plant
hsu - Kovohute Rokycany
irv - Zbrojovka Bojkovice, nyní Zeveta Bojkovice, Bojkovice weapon factory
jpw - Zbrojovka Vsetín, závod Jablunka
mvs - 53. VZ Mikulovice military base
ndn - Unknown Czech factory (code found on 9mm Luger cartridge cases)
nma - Synthesia, Pardubice-Semtín, powder manufacturer
oma - Unknown Czech factory (code found on 9mm Luger cartridge cases)
rft - Unknown factory
tno - Armádní municní závod Týnište nad Orlicí, munition maintenance
uxa - Zbrojovka Vlašim, národní podnik, Vlašim
vnb - VZ Bohuslavice nad Vlárí, military base
whx - VOP Nováky, Filling and recalibrating plant
wzi - Chemko Strážské
zyj - Unknown Czech factory (code found on fuzes)

0 Unknown Czech factory
R or + Recalibrated and reused cases
K Cartridge case made from silicon-brass

Other codes used by various nitro-gunpowder manufacturers:
Rtl, Rotw, rdf, dwdn, wal, krbg, tgl, dbg, blz, ibn, brb, ktz, frst, odg

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Czech hand- and riflegrenades can be found
HERE.