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Rocket ammunition with
explosive projectiles. Rocket ammunition with
gas projectiles. Rocket ammunition with
smoke projectiles. Rocket ammunition with incendiary projectilos. Rocket ammunition with Uluminating projectiles.
Rocket ammunition is fixed
ammunition which is fired from a tube, launcher, rails, trough, or other device, consisting of an igniter and propelling charge commonly described as a motor, and explosive projectile, gas projectile, smoke projectile, incendiary projectile, or illuminating projectile, fuzed or
unfuzed. 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 ammunition or included in the same outside package unless shipped by, or or to the Departments of the Army, Navy, or Air Force of the U. 8. Government, or unless of a type approved by the Bureau of Explosives. Each outside package must be plainly marked with the appropriate descriptive name of the contents as: "Rocket ammunition with explosive projectiles," "Rocket ammunition with gas projectiles," "Rocket ammunition with smoke projectiles, "Rocket ammunition with incendiary projectiles," or “Rocket ammunition with illuminating projectiles."
Unstable exploswer Ex
plosive compositions that ignite spontaneously. Esplosive compositions
that undergo marked decomposition when subjected for 48 consecutive hours to a temperature of 167° F Explosive com position:
containing an ammonium salt and a chlorate.
(CGFR 52-8, 17 F.R. 6464, July 17, 1952; CGFR 52–62, 17 F.R. 11881, Dec. 31, 1952, as amended by CGFR 53–54, 18 F.R. 8232, Dec. 16, 1953; CGFR 54–16, 19 F.R. 4929, Aug. 6, 1964; CGFR 54-52, 19 F.R. 8515, Dec. 14, 1954; CGFR 55–20, 20 F.R. 4054, June 10, 1955; CGFR 57-33, 22 F.R. 8573, Oct. 29, 1957; CGFR 57-49, 22 FR. 10060, Dec. 14, 1957; CGFR 58-48, 23 F.R. 9685, Dec. 12, 1958; CGFR 59-46, 24 F.R. 9391, Nov. 21, 1959; CGFR 60–33, 25 F.R. 5237, June 11, 1960; CGFR 61-11, 26 F.R. 3924, May 5, 1961; CGFR 61-44, 26 F.R. 11019, Nov. 23, 1961; CGFR 62–11, 27 F.R. 5282, June 5, 1962; CGFR 62-48, 27 F.R. 12134, Dec. 7, 1962; CGFR 63-19, 26 F.R. 5380, May 30, 1963]
No label required. Stowage: "On deck under cover
“Under deck.” Outside containers: Strong
woodon or metal containers.
Ammunition for cannon with nonerplosive PTO
jectile. Ammunition for cannon
with empty projectile. Ammunition for cannon with inert-loaded pro
jectile. Ammunition for cannon
with solid projectile. Ammunition for cannon
Ammunition for cannon with
empty projectiles, inert. loaded projectiles, solid pro. jectiles or without projectiles, or shell, and catapult charges exceeding 2 inches in diameter, is fixed ammu. nition assembled in a unit consisting of the cartridge case containing the propel. ling charge and primer with empty, inert-loaded, or solid projectile, or without pro. jectile or shell, which is fired from a cannon, mortar gun
or howitzer Each outside package must be
plainly marked with the appropriate descriptive name of the contents as “Ammunition for cannon with empty projectile.” “Ammunition for cannon with inert-loaded projectile," “Ammunition for cannon with solid projectile,"
“Ammunition for cannon without projectile." Explosive power devices, class
B, must not be shipped with igniters assembled therein unless shipped by, for, or to the Departments of the Army, Navy and Air Force of the United States Gov. ernment or unless of a type approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Each outside container must be plainly marked “Explosive Power Devices, Class B” and “Handle Care. fully-Keep Fire Away."
Explosive power devices,
No label required.- Stowage:
“On deck under cover.
or wooden boxes, fiberboard lined (ICC-14, 15A, 15E, 16A)
not over 200 lb. gr. wt. Authorized only for U.S. Govern
ment shipments: Strong wooden or metal boxes or containers,
Fireworks, forbidden. The
following fireworks or fireworks compositions shall not be offered for
transportation. Firecrackers, flash
crackers or salutes, exceeding 12 grains of explosive content. Fireworks combining
an explosive with a detonator or blasting
cap. Fireworks containing
an ammonium salt
and a chlorate. Fireworks containing
yellow or white phos
phorous. Fireworks or fireworks
compositions that ignite spontaneously
or undergo marked decomposition when subjected for 48 consecutive hours to a temperature of 75°
C., (167° F.). Fireworks properly
condemned by the Bureau of Explosives, except properly repacked samples for laboratory examina
tions. Toy torpedoes exceed
ing 78 in. diameter or containing a mixture of potassium chlorate, black antimony and sulfur exceeding 4 grains average weight of such explosive
composition. Toy torpedoes contain
ing a cap composed of red phosphorous and potassium chlorate exceeding 24 grain per cap.