This is How Claymore Explosion Looks in Real Life
These shotgun impact mines splash steel balls at a drawing closer foe. YouTuber Daily Military Defense and Archive shared a video of what a genuine Claymore Mine blast is truly similar to. Don’t worry about it Hollywood; this video is the genuine thing. U.S. fighters get an opportunity to prepare with the M18A1 Claymore Mine, and we get the chance to see everything caught in this video.
A pen is really used to point this directional mine that heaves steel balls at a drawing closer adversary like a goliath shotgun. Outlined somewhere around 1952 and 1956, the Claymore Mine has been utilized since the Vietnam War.