PMD-6 is a rectangular wooden anti-personnel blast mine sometimes
called the 'Shoe-box' mine. It has been found in Afghanistan,
Angola, Cambodia, Cyprus, Ecuador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Honduras,
Iraq, Kurdistan, Lebanon, Mozambique, Namibia, Nicaragua, Rwanda,
Somalia, Sudan, Tajikistan, Western Sahara, Yemen and Zimbabwe.
Relatively easy to manufacture locally, its dimensions and colour
may vary. It is usually either unpainted wood or olive green
Main charge: 200g TNT
Fuze: the fuse is usually an MUV type deployed so that pressure
on the lid of the box pushes out the pin. The detonator is usually
a stab-sensitive MD-2.