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The MN-123 is a Polish scatterable anti-tank mine. The mine is a flat cylinder, with a bevelled edge. It is normally deployed from a ground vehicle, using a dispensing system holding 80 mines. The mine can also be manually laid. Like the MN-121 mine, it uses a magnetic influence fuze which detects when a vehicle passes over it. It also has an anti-handling device. Both faces of the mine have a Misznay Schardin effect shaped charge, which is reportedly able to penetrate 60 millimeters of armour at an offset of 0.3 meters.

Specifications[]

  • Height: 90 mm
  • Diameter: 180 mm
  • Weight: 3.5 kg

References[]

  • Jane's Mines and Mine Clearance 2005-2006

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