The Handflammpatrone DM34 ("hand-held flame-cartridge") was a single-shot, disposable incendiary weapon issued to the German Armed Forces from 1965 to 2001. It fired a red phosphorus round that would explode after travelling 8 m on hard contact, or after 1.3 seconds by fuse. The fuel spreads across an area approximately 15 m wide and 50 m long and burns at 1,300°C. Max range 90 m.
- Weight: 620 g
- Range: 8–90 meters
- Length: 406 mm
- Ammunition: 240 g
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