GYATA-64 is a Hungarian manufactured AP blast mine closely resembling
the PMN. The main body is bakelite and the top is black rubber.
The mine is known to have been found in Mozambique, Angola and
Explosive charge: 300g TNT
GYATA-64 is the largest AP blast mine commonly found. When the
metal parts have rusted, it can be difficult to detect. The
absence of a metal strap retaining the rubber top makes it more
difficult to detect than the PMN, even when new.
main charge is in two pre-cast blocks that are inserted on both
sides of the fuze and initiation system.