TM-89 mine

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The TM-89 is a Russian anti-tank mine first publicly shown in 1993. The mine uses a Misznay Schardin effect warhead capable of producing a 60 mm diameter hole in 100 mm of armour. The mine is fitted with a two-channel magnetic influence fuze, and can be laid from the GMZ-3 mine layer or by the VMR-2 helicopter mine layer.

Specifications[edit]

  • Weight: 11.5 kg
  • Diameter: 320 mm
  • Height: 131 mm
  • Explosive content: 6.7 kg of TG-40 (60% RDX 40% TNT)

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References[edit]

  • Jane's Mines and Mine Clearance 2005-2006.