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THE 
ANARCHIST 
HANDBOOK 



BY ROBERT WELLS 



D J.FLORBS 



W 



D 



P.O. BOX 14, ROSEMEAD, CA 91770 



WARNING NOTICE 



The construction or possession of many of these 
devices would be in violation of various Federal, 
State, and Local laws. Please contact your local 
B.A.T.F. office for any information you may re- 
quire, BEFORE attempting the construction of 
any of these devices. Severe penalties are pre- 
scribed for violators of these laws! 

The publisher assumes no responsibility for the 
use or misuse of any information contained in 
this book. 

These articles are presented for academic study 
only! 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 


Introduction 


. . . 1 


Expedient Silencer 


... 3 


Improvised Blasting Caps . 


...11 


Pipe Hand Grenade 


. . . 26 


Shotgun Grenade Launcher 


• • • •*?•*/ 


Improvised Claymore Mine 


...46 


Plastic Explosives 


...50 


Rocket Launcher 


...52 



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Introduction 



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INTRODUCTION 

This manual has been written to provide information on 
the safe construction of improvised weapons and munitions 
to military and law enforcement personnel, as well assurvival- 
ists and weapons enthusiasts. 

The devices presented can be easily constructed from 
materials available to anyone from drug or hardware stores, 
hobby shops, supermarkets, or scrounged from junk piles. 

The book contains little which could be considered new 
information, because it has drawn heavily on devices and 
techniques which have been well proved out, and are practi- 
cal, versatile, and not too difficult to do. 

Keep in mind that unless a special license is obtained from 
the Federal Government all devices presented are illegal to 
construct and to own. This information is presented as refer- 
ence only or for possible future use, when having the knowl- 
edge contained in these pages may well spell the difference 
between life and death. 



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Expedient Silencer 



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EXPEDIENT SILENCER 

Silencers for small arms can be made from steel gas or 
water pipe and fittings. 

MATERIAL REQUIRED: 

Aluminum or Plastic container (soda pop can, shampoo bot- 
tle, etc.) 
Steel pipe nipple, 6 inch long— See Table 1 for diameter 
2 steel pipe couplings— See Table 2 for dimensions 
Cotton cloth— See Table 2 for dimensions 
Drill 
Absorbent cotton or copper scouring pads (more effective) 




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PROCEDURE: 

1) Drill hole in container at both ends to fit outside diame- 
ter of pipe nipple. (See Table 1.) 

2) Drill four (4) rows of holes in pipe nipple. Use Table 1 
for diameter and location of holes. 



2.75 in. 
(Dia.) 




D (Norn. Dia.) 



6 in. 



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B (Dia.) 



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C (Nom. Dia.) 



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Table 1 


. Suppressor 


System Dimensions 






A 


B 


C 


Coupling 
D 


Holes 
per 
Row 


(4-Rows) 
Total 


.45 Cal. 


3/8 


1/4 


3/8 


3/8 


12 


48 


.38 Cal. 


3/8 


1/4 


1/4 


1/4 


12 


48 


9 mm 


3/8 


1/4 


1/4 


1/4 


12 


48 


7.62 mm 


3/8 


1/4 


1/4 


1/4 


12 


48 


.22 Cal. 


1/4 


5/32 


1/8* 


1/8 


14 


50 



*Extra Heavy Pipe 
All dimensions in inches 

3) Thread one of the pipe couplings on the drilled nipple. 




4) Cut coupling length to allow barrel of weapon to thread 
fully into suppressor system. Barrel should butt against end 
of the drilled pipe nipple. 



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5) Separate the top half of the container from the bottom 
half. 



Top Half 




Container 



Bottom Half 




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6) Insert the pipe nipple in the drilled hole at the base of the 
bottom half of container. Pack the absorbent cotton inside 
the container and around the pipe nipple. 



Drilled Pipe Nipple 




Absorbent Cotton 



Coupling 



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7) Pack the absorbent cotton in top half of container leaving 
hole in center. Assemble container to the bottom half. 

Cotton filled 




Coupling 



Drilled Pipe Nipple 




a 



Coupling 
8) Thread the other coupling onto the pipe nipple. 



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NOTE: A longer container and pipe nipple, with same "A " 
and "B" dimensions as those given, will further reduce the 
sound of the system. 

HOW TO USE: 

1) Thread the suppressing system on the selected weapon 
securely. 

2) Place the proper cotton wad size into the muzzle end of 
the system. 

Table II. Cotton Wadding - Sizes 

Weapon Cotton Wad Size 

.45 Cal. m x 6 inches 

.36 Cal. 1x4 inches 

9 mm 1x4 inches 

7.62 mm 1x4 inches 

.22 Cal. Not needed 



3) Load weapon. 

4) Weapon is now ready for use. 



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Improvised Blasting Caps 



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ELECTRIC DETONATOR (BLASTING CAP) 

Mortars, mines and similar weapons often make use of 
electric initiators. An electric initiator can be made using a 
flashlight or automobile electric light bulb. 

MATERIALS REQUIRED: 

Electric light bulb and mating socket 
Cardboard or heavy paper 
Black powder 
Adhesive tape 



Bulb Base 




Filament 
Black Powder 

Cardboard Tube 



Cap or Tape 



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PROCEDURE: 

METHOD 1 

1) Break the glass of the electric light bulb. Take care not to 
damage the filament. The initiator will NOT work if the fila- 
ment is broken. Remove all glass above the base of the bulb. 




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2) Form a tube 3 to 4 inches long from cardboard or heavy 
paper to fit around the base of the bulb. Join the tube with 
adhesive tape. 




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Cardboard Tube 



Filament 




3) Fit the tube to the bulb base and tape in place. Make sure 
that the tube does not cover that portion of the bulb base 
that fits into the socket. 



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4) If no socket is available for connecting the initiator to the 
firing circuit, solder the connecting wires to the bulb base. 




CAUTION: Do NOT use a hot soldering iron on the com- 
pleted igniter since it may igflite the Black Powder. 



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5) Fill the tube with Black Powder and tape the open end of 
the tube closed. 



Black Powder 




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METHOD 2 

If the glass bulb (electric light) is large enough to hold the 
Black Powder, it can be used as the container. 

PROCEDURE: 



Three Cornered File 



Bulb 




1) File a small hole in the top of the bulb. 



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2) Fill the bulb with Black Powder and tape the hole closed. 




Black Powder 



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NON-ELECTRIC DETONATOR (BLASTING CAP) 

Detonators (blasting caps) can be made from a used small 
arms cartridge case and field manufactured explosives. 

MATERIAL REQUIRED: 

Black Powder 

Used cartridge case (.22 caliber or larger) 

Fuse, 12 inch long 

Round wooden stick (small enough just to fit in the neck of 

the cartridge case) 
Drill or knife 

Long nail with sharpened end 
Vise 
Improvised loading fixture 



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PROCEDURE: 

1) Remove fired primer from a used cartridge case using a 
sharpened nail. 



Cartridge Case \ 




2) If necessary, open out flash hole in the primer pocket 
using a drill or knife. Make it large enough to receive fuse. 



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3) Place one end of fuse in the flash hole and extend it 
through the case until it becomes exposed at the open end. 
Knot this end and then pull fuse in cartridge case thus pre- 
venting fuse from falling out. 




Flash Hole 



Cartridge Case 



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4) Load the Black Powder in the cartridge case. 



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5) Compress the Black Powder into the cartridge case with 
the wooden stick and the following improvised loading fix- 
ture. 



Wooden 
Stick 




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CAUTION: The explosive is shock and flame sensitive. 

6) Fill the cartridge case with Black Powder until completely 
full. 

7) If available, commercial reloading equipment could be 
used instead of improvised loading fixture. 

CAUTION: These detonators have considerably more power 
than a military blasting cap and should be handled carefully. 



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Pipe Hand Grenade 



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PIPE HAND GRENADE 

Hand grenades can be made from a piece of iron pipe. The 
filler can be plastic or granular military explosive, improvised 
explosive, or propellent from shotgun or small arms ammuni- 
tion. 



MATERIAL REQUIRED: 

Iron pipe, threaded ends, 1V6" to 3" diameter, 3" to 8" long. 

Two (2) iron pipe caps. 

Explosive or propellent. 

Nonelectric blasting cap. 

Fuse cord. 

Hand drill. 

Pliers. 



Fuse 



Blasting 



Powder 




End Cap 



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PROCEDURE: 

1) Place blasting cap on one end of fuse cord and crimp with 
pliers. 



Blasting Cap 



Fuse Cord 




NOTE: To find out how long the fuse cord should be, check 
the time it takes a known length to burn. If 12 inches burns 
in 30 seconds, a 6-inch cord will ignite the grenade in 15 
seconds. 



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2) Screw pipe cap to one end of pipe. Place fuse cord with 
blasting cap into the opposite end so that the blasting cap is 
near the center of the pipe. 



Fuse Cord 




Blasting Cap 



Pipe 
End Cap 



NOTE: If plastic explosive is to be used, fill pipe BEFORE 
inserting blasting cap. Push a round stick into the center of 
the explosive to make a hole and then insert the blasting cap. 



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3) Pour explosive or propellant into pipe a little bit at a time. 
Tap the base of the pipe frequently to settle filler. 



Filler 




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Pipe Cap 



4) Drill a hole in the center of the unassembled pipe cap 
large enough for the fuse cord to pass through. 



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5) Wipe pipe threads to remove any filler material. Slide the 
drilled pipe cap over the fuse and screw handtight onto the 
pipe. 




6) Pipe grenade is now ready to use. 



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Shotgun Grenade Launcher 



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SHOTGUN GRENADE LAUNCHER 

This device can be used to launch a hand grenade to a dis- 
tance of 160 yards (150 meters) or more, using a standard 12 
gauge shotgun. 

MATERIAL REQUIRED: 

Grenade (Improvised pipe hand grenade may be used) 

12 gauge shotgun 

12 gauge shotgun cartridges 

Two washers, (brass, steel, iron, etc.), having outside diameter 
of 5/8 inch. 

Rubber disk 3/4 inch in diameter and 1/4 inch thick (leather, 
neoprene, etc. can be used) 

A 30 inch long piece of hard wood (maple, oak, etc.) approx- 
imately 5/8 inch in diameter. Be sure that wood will slide 
into barrel easily. 

Tin can (grenade and its safety lever must fit into can) 

Two wooden blocks about 2 inch square and VA inch thick 

One wood screw about 2 inch long 

12 gauge wads, tissue paper, or cotton 

Adhesive tape, string, or wire 

Drill 



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PROCEDURE: 

1) Punch hole in center of rubber disk large enough for 
screw to pass through. 



2) Make push-rod as shown. 



Washer 

Washer 



Wooden Stick 
Screw 




Rubber Disk 



NOTE: Gun barrel is slightly less than 3/4 inch in diameter. 
If rubber disk does not fit in barrel, file or trim it very slight- 
ly. It should fit tightly. 



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3) Drill a hole through the center of one wooden block of 
such size that the push-rod will fit tightly. Whittle a depres- 
sion around the hole on one side approximately 1/8 inch and 
large enough for the grenade to rest in. 




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4) Place the base of the grenade in the depression in the 
wooden block. Securely fasten grenade to block by wrapping 
tape (or wire) around entire grenade and block. 




Tape 



Wooden Block 



NOTE: Be sure that the tape (or wire) does not cover hole in 
block or interfere with the operation of the grenade safety 
lever. 



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5) Drill hole through the center of the second wooden 
block, so that it will just slide over the outside of the gun 
barrel. 

6) Drill a hole in the center of the bottom of the tin can the 
same size as the hole in the block. 




Nail 



Wooden 
Block 



Hole in Can 



Nail 



7) Attach can to block as shown. 



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8) Slide the can and block onto the barrel until muzzle 
passes can open end. Wrap a small piece of tape around the 
barrel an inch or two from the end. Tightly wrapped string 
may be used instead of tape. Force the can and wooden 
block forward against the tape so that they are securely held 
in place. Wrap tape around the barrel behind the can. 




Wooden 
Block 



Tape 



Gun Barrel 



CAUTION: Be sure that the can is securely fastened to the 
gun barrel. If the can should become loose and slip down the 
barrel after launcher is assembled, the grenade will explode 
after the regular delay time. 



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9) Remove crimp from a 12 gauge shotgun cartridge with 
pen knife. Open cartridge. Pour shot from shell. Remove 
wads and plastic liner if present. i 




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10) Empty the propellant onto a piece of paper. Using a 
knife, divide the propellant in half. Replace half of the pro- 
pellant into the cartridge case. 



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11) Replace the 12 gauge cardboard wads into cartridge case. 




3 Cardboard Wads 



1/2 Original Propellant 




Tissue Paper or Cotton 



NOTE: If wads are not available, stuff tissue paper or cotton 
into the cartridge case. Pack tightly. 



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HOW TO USE: 

METHOD 1 — When ordinary grenade is used: 

1) Load cartridge in gun. 

2) Push end of push-rod without the rubber disk into hole in 
wooden block fastened to grenade. 

3) Slowly push rod into barrel until it rests against the car- 
tridge case and grenade is in can. If the grenade is not in can, 
remove rod and cut to proper size. Push rod back into barrel. 



Grenade 




4) With can holding safety lever of grenade in place, care- 
fully remove safety pin. 

CAUTION: Be sure that the side of the can restrain the gre- 
nade safety lever. If the safety lever should be released for 
any reason, grenade will explode after regular grenade delay 
time. 



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5) To fire grenade launcher, rest gun in ground at angle de- 
termined by range desired. A 45 degree angle should give 
about 160 yards. 

METHOD 2 — When improvised pipe grenade is used: 

An improvised pipe grenade may be launched in a similar 
manner. No tin can is needed. 




Wooden Block 



Pipe Grenade 



Push-rod 



1) Fasten the grenade to the block as shown above with the 
fuse hold at the end opposite the block. 



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2) Push end of push-rod into hole in wooden block fastened 
to grenade. 

3) Push rod into barrel until it rests against the cartridge 
case. 

4) Load cartridge in gun. 

5) Follow step 5 of method 1. 

6) Using a fuse with AT LEAST a 10 second delay, light the 
fuse before firing. 

7) Fire when the fuse burns to 1/2 its original length. 



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Improvised Claymore Mine 



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IMPROVISED CLAYMORE MINE 

An improvised Claymore Mine can be easily constructed 
using common materials. Fused electrically, it is a command- 
detonating device designed for employment from ambush or 
defensive positions. It has a range of 150 to 200 meters, and 
is effective against personnel and thin-skinned vehicles. 



MATERIAL REQUIRED: 

Tin, metal, or cardboard sheet 

Black Powder or plastic explosive filler 

Cloth or screen 

Tape 

Wooden sticks 

Improvised electric blasting cap 




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PROCEDURE: 

1) Attach shrapnel to convex side of base and cover with 
cloth, tape, or screen retainer. 

2) Place layer of explosive on concave side of base. 

3) Attach legs to concave side of base. 

4) Attach electric blasting cap at exact rear center. 

5) Attach firing device to firing wires at proper distance 
from mine for safety. 



in. / 




-10 in: 




L 



TT TT TT 



Convex base 
(tin, metal, cardboard) 

Black Powder or Plastic 
explosive filler 1/4 
weight of shrapnel 

Retainer (cloth, screen, 
wire, tape, etc.) 




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Plastic Explosives 



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IMPROVISED PLASTIC EXPLOSIVE FILLER 

Plastic explosive filler can be made from potassium chlo- 
rate and petroleum jelly (Vaseline). The potassium chlorate 
should be ground into a very fine powder and then mixed 
with the petroleum jelly. This explosive can be detonated 
with commercial, military or improvised blasting caps. Store 
in a waterproof container until ready to use. 

PROCEDURE: 

Place 9 parts powdered potassium chlorate and 1 part 
petroleum jelly in a wide bowl or similar container. Mix 
ingredients with hands (knead) until a uniform paste is 
obtained. 



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Rocket Launcher 



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Making your own Rocket Launcher would seem to most 
people an impossible task, when in fact this device is one of 
the simpler of all improvised weapons to construct. There's 
no need for sophisticated machine tools— or difficult to ob- 
tain parts— as only common household tools and materials are 
used. 

Rocket launchers are smooth bore, breech loading, single 
shot, shoulder weapons of the open tube type. Firing electri- 
cally or mechanically ignited rockets, these rockets depend on 
their fins to keep them stable during flight. Rocket launchers 
can be fired from the shoulder in the standing, kneeling, sit- 
ting and prone positions. 

In existence for over 40 years, earlier models were made of 
steel, and weighed about 15 pounds unloaded. Current mili- 
tary models are mostly made of plastic or fiberglass and are 
of the one-shot disposable type. 

The design presented here is a very simple one to make, 
while still being highly effective. It should be noted that these 
devices are illegal to construct and to own, and are capable of 
causing devastating damage. Study, therefore, the informa- 
tion, but consult with the authorities before attempting to 
build any destructive device. All information is provided for 
academic study only! 

The rockets presented here can be built from components 
available from model rocket companies. Parts are available at 
most hobby shops, toy stores or directly from the manufac- 
turers. 

These companies will send you catalogs that contain most 
of the parts necessary for the construction of bazooka rock- 
ets. 

Estes Industries Centuri Engineering Co. 

Penrose, CO 81240 P. 0. Box 1988 

Phoenix, AZ 85001 



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LAUNCHER TUBE 
MATERIALS NEEDED FOR CONSTRUCTION: 

1) TUBE: Launcher tube should have a diameter of from 2 
to 4 inches and approximately 4 to 6 feet in length. This tube 
can be made of steel, aluminum, plastic, fiberglass or card- 
board. If using a cardboard tube, however, obtain one with a 
1/8 to 1/4 inch wall thickness. DO NOT use mailing tubes or 
gift wrapping paper tubes to build your launcher. Some plaa- 
tic tubes have also been found not rigid enough, and won't 
remain straight, when longer than 5 or 6 feet. To test rigid- 
ness, hold tube at the center and if it bends, DO NOT USE 
IT, as rocket performance will be erratic at best. 

2) ELECTRONIC LAUNCHING DEVICE: A launching 
device is a switch that provides current to an igniter, thus 
launching the rocket. These devices are manufactured by 
model rocket companies. One of the better units on the mar- 
ket is called the Solar Launch Controller. Manufactured by 
Estes Industries of Colorado, this unit weighs just over 7 
ounces, including the batteries, and measures 6.1 inches in 
length. Height is only 2.4 by 1.44 inches in width. 

Unit can be assembled in minutes and includes a safety 
key, continuity check lamp, ignition button (trigger device 
on your rocket launcher) and 15 feet of cable. Cost is around 
$15.00. 



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SAFETY CHECK 

Follow the following procedures before attempting shoul- 
der firing: 

1) Locate a barrier such as a stone wall or large tree which 
you can stand behind in case the weapon explodes when 
fired. 

2) Mount launcher solidly to a table or other rigid support 
at least ten feet in front of barrier. 

3) Insert a rocket into the launcher tube and attach the alli- 
gator clips to the igniter in rocket engine. 

4) Take the control device and go behind the barrier. (The 
control device must be detached from tube.) 

5) Push the firing button so that the weapon fires. 

6) IMPORTANT: Fire at least five rounds from behind the 
barrier and then re-inspect the launcher before you at- 
tempt to shoulder fire it. 



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