|Small Explosive Charge|
Description[edit | edit source]
A small plastic explosive charge.
Background[edit | edit source]
The term "explosive charge" refers to a quantity of material used for explosives. Plastic explosives are a well known type of explosive material, known for its clay-like structure and moldable nature. The most common form of plastic explosive is C4, which only detonates with the help of a detonator, making it relatively safe to transport and handle. Explosives are mostly used by the military and by miners, though they have seen illegal uses as well.
Unavailable on the civilian market.
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