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Ammunition- Projectiles,

grenades, bombs.

mines and lor pedoes: Explosive projectiles... Shells, projectiles, guided mis

siles with war heads, war heads or rocket heads, loaded with explosives or bursting charges, with or without other materials, for use in cannons, guns, tubes, mortars or other firing or

launching devices. Explosive hand gre- Small metal or other contain: nades,

ers designed to be thrown by hand or projected from a

rifle. Explosive rifle

gre- They are filled with an explonades,

sive or a liquid gas or solid material, such as a toxic or tear gas or an incendiary or smoke producing material

and a bursting charge. Explosive bombs.-.--. Metal or other containers filled

with explosives. Explosive mines... Metal containers filled with a

high explosive. Explosive torpedoes... Metal devices containing, a

means of propulsion and a

quantity of high explosives. ICC packing regulations re

quire that detonating fuzes, tracer fuzes, explosive or ignition devices, bouchons, or fuze parts with explosives contained therein must not be assembled in explosive projectiles, explosive grenades, explosive bombs, explosive mines, explosive torpedoes, or included in the same outside package with these articles unless shipped by, for or to the Depart. ments of the Army, Navy, or Air Force of the US. Government or unless of a type approved by the Bu

reau of Explosives.
Each outside package or each

projectile, bomb, mine or
torpedo that is shipped un-
boxed must be plainly
marked with the appropri.
ate descriptive name of the
contents as: “Explosive pro-
jectile," "Explosive torpe.
do," "Explosive mine,"
"Explosive bomb," "Hand
grenades or
Dades."

No label required Stowage: Magazine or in 8 com.

except bombs, partment entirely allotted for grenades, pro- stowage o! these articles, which jectiles, or other compartment may be located: containers load

“On deck under cover." ed with a poi- "Tween decks or Sonous gas or

“Under deck." liquid. Class A. Outside containers: Strong and an explo- wooden or metal boxes. Gross sive charge, ei- weight of a box containing more ther boxed or than one projectile, grenade, unboxed must bomb or mine must not exceed bear the white 250 lb. Poison

Explosive projectiles, explosive label.

torpedoes, explosive mines, or explosive bombs, exceeding 90 lbs. in weight, and explosive projectiles of not less than 444 inches in diameter, may be sbipped without being boxed only by, for, or to the Departments of the Army, Navy and Air Force of the United States Government when securely blocked and braced in accord. ance with methods approved by the Bureau of Explosives.

gas"

"Rifle gre

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When chemical elements of ammu

nition are shipped assembled with their detonating fuzes or bursting charges, they must be shipped in conformity with the regulations prescribed for “Ammunition projectiles, grenades, bombs, mines and torpedoes", Class A. For shipment of these articles assembled with their ignition elements or expelling charges but without detonating or bursting charges see "Fireworks, special," section 146.20200—Table B-Class B explo

sives. For shipment of these articles

not containing ignition elements, bursting charges, detonating fuzes, or other explosive components, see “Chemical ammunition (containing class A poisons, liquids, gases.)" **Chemical ammunition (containing class B poisons, liquids, of gases.)" or "Chemical am. munition (containing class C

poisons, liquids, gases, or solids)." Stowage: Magazine.. Outside containers: Strong wooden

or metal containers. The gross weight of the outside package must not exceed 150 lb.

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Ammunition for small

arms with explosive

bullets. Ammunition for small

arms with explosive projectiles.

Fixed ammunition to be used

in machine guns or similar firearms and consists of a metallic cartridge case, the primer and the propelling charge, with explosive bullet or explosive projectile, with or without detonating fuze, the component parts necessary for one firing being all in one assembly. ICC packing regulations re

quire that detonating fuzes, tracer fuzes, explosive or ignition devices or fuze parts with explosives contained therein must not be assembled in ammunition or included in the same outside package unless shipped by, for or to the Departments of the Army, Navy, or Air Force of the u. s. Govern. ment or unless of a type approved by the Bureau

of Explosives. Each outside package must be

plainly marked: "Ammuni. tion for small arms with explosive bullets," or "Ammu. nition for small arms with explosive projectiles."

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Black powder.
Low explosives.
May include:

Black blasting powder.
Black pellet powder.
Black rifle powder.
Blasting powder
Flash powder cartridges

erceeding 72 grains

each. Flash powder in inner units exceeding %

ounces each. Flash powder sheets in

bulk. Low blasting explo

sives. Rifle powder. Spreader cartridges ex

ceeding 72 grains each. Sporting powder.

Black powder and low explo- No label required. Stowage: Magazine...
sives are solid explosives

Outside containers:
which can be caused to de

Wooden barrels or kegs (ICO-10 flagrate by contact with

B) not over 200 lb. gr. wt. sparks or flame such as pro

Metal kegs (ICC-13) not less duced by a safety fuse or an

tban 7 inches long and not less electric squib, but cannot be

than 644 lb. net wt. nor over detonated by means of a

150 lb. net wt. No. 8 test blasting cap,

Bundles of metal kegs (ICC-13) Flash powder sheets in bulk,

firmly tied together with rope flash powders packed in in.

and strong burlap, canvas or ner units exceeding 2 ounces

similar material, securely each, and flash powder or

sewed and roped, not over 100 spreader cartridges exceed.

lb, net wt. ing 72 grains each are classed

Wooden boxes; as low explosives.

(ICC-14) WIC, not over 140 Observe "This Side Up" stow

Ib. gr. wt. age of boxes bearing such

(ICC-15A, 16A) WIC, not legend,

over 200 lb. gr. wt. Each outside package must be

Fiberboard boxes: plainly marked with the ap

(ICC-12H, 23F, 23H)WIC, not propriate descriptive name

over 50 lb. net wt.
of the contents as “Black
powder" or “Low explo
sives," and may also show
"Blasting," "Rifle" etc. as
“Black blasting powder,"
“Black rifle powder," "Low
blasting explosive," or

"black pellet powder.”
Boxes with inside containers

packed filling holes up must

be marked "Tbis Side Up."
See various types of high ex-

plosives as described in this
section.

Not permitted..

High explosives..

High explosives (when
containing more than
75% liquid explosive in-
gredient. except blasting
gelatin and gelatin dy-
namite)
High explosives (when

containing not more
than 75% liquid explosive

ingredient). Also:

(Blasting gelatin).
(Gelatin dynamite).

Each outside box must be

plainly marked on top and
on one side or end: "High
explosives-Dangerous" ex.
cept ICC-23G which must
be so marked on the side or
end.
The top of boxes (except ICC-

236) must be marked “This

Side Up".
Observe "This Side Up”

stowage.

No label required.. Stowage: Magazine...

Outside containers:
Wooden boxes (ICC-14, 15A,

16A) not exceeding 75 lb. gr.
wt.
Fiberboard boxes (ICC-12H,

23F, 236, 23H) WIC, not over 65 16. gr. wt.

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