Mortar Bombs

60 mm SMK 60CRP

Mortar Bombs

60 mm Mortar Bomb SMK 60CRP

NSN:1390-50-001-1748 (AF66)


The 60 mm Smoke Mortar Bomb SMK 60CRP (Smoke Commando) is designed for marking objects, targets, creating a smoke screen in order to mask friendly units’ operations and is used for facilitation of the tactical deployment of friendly troops, as well as evading enemy fire. The smoke screen from the Bomb is also used for suppression of enemy surveillance and reconnaissance means, prevention from aimed fire.

Main Features:


  • Immediate creation of dense smoke screen;
  • Bigger density of the smoke screen, compared to white phosphorous ammunition
  • Provides igniting action.

This Mortar Bomb is fuzed with AF66 (Point detonating, super quick action, boresafe type, muzzle safety distance 40 m) fuze.

The 60 mm Smoke Mortar Bomb SMK 60CRP is intended to be used with any type of smooth bore 60 mm Mortars of NATO Standard – such as COMMANDO Mortar M60CMA, M60MA, M2 and M19, BRANDT model 35, Tampella, Thompson Houston – Hotchkiss – Brandt Commando, M-57, M6H and M6C Hirtenberger, Commando CX1-M Expal, etc.

Body material Aluminum alloy

Length fuzed, mm


Weight fuzed, kg 1.100
Smoke composition type SMK-1 (based on red phosphorous)
Time of smoke creation, s 7
Duration of smoke emission, s 35
Volume of smoke cloud, m3 8x103
Highest Max Pressure, bar (piezo) 290 (0+2)
Fuze AF 610 arming distance, m not less than 40
Operating Temperature Range, °C from minus 40 to 50
Maximum Pressure, bar (piezo):    250 (0+2)
Max Range, m    2 253 (0+2)
Muzzle velocity, m/s 197 (0+2)
Version 1

One fuzed Mortar Bomb with 2 pcs. increment charges is packed in a plastic airtight container;

20 pcs. containers are arranged in a plastic airtight case.
Version 2

One fuzed Mortar Bomb with 2 pcs. Increment charges is packed in a Plastic Container;

10 pcs. Containers are arranged in a wooden case.

Plastic case dimensions, mm


Wooden case dimensions, mm 420x400x216

Plastic case weight, kg


Wooden case weight, kg 22

Plastic case volume, m 3


Wooden case volume, m3 0.036

Class of explosion hazard, UN Code

1.2G, UN 0015

Class of explosion hazard, UN Code 1.2G, UN 0015