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Klos-C Carried 40 Rockets, 181 Mortar Shells

Also on Iranian arms ship: 400,000 bullets for Kalashnikovs. Weapons would have endangered millions of Israeli citizens,” said IDF.
By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 1/9/2014, 7:23 PM

Klos C Weapons Ship
Klos C Weapons Ship
IDF Spokesperson's Office

The IDF Spokesman said Sunday that operation “Full Exposure,” which involved intercepting Iranian arms ship Klos C, has ended. The containers aboard the ship have all been offloaded and their contents thoroughly examined.

Forces from the Navy, the Combat Engineering Corps and the Munitions Corps took part in offloading and inspecting the containers.

The list of weapons that the ship carried is as follows:

Forty M-302 rockets, with a range of 90 to 160 km.

181 mortar shells, 122 mm caliber.

About 400,000 bullets, 7.62 caliber.

Bullets of the 7.62 mm caliber are usually used in Kalashnikov-type assault rifles.

"These weapons are advanced arms that would have endangered millions of Israeli citizens,” said the IDF Spokesman. “The IDF will continue its mission, to prevent the smuggling of weapons intended for various terror organiations under Iranian sponsorship and funding, throughout the Middle East.”