Figure 2-1. Examples of SCG B items.
Figure 2-2. Examples of SCG C items.
means of initiation and without propelling charges. This group will, in all probability, explode when any
of its components are initiated. Examples of SCG D items are demolition blocks; dynamite; high-
explosive, antitank (HEAT) mines; and separate-loading HE projectiles. Examples are shown in Figure
This SCG includes ammunition containing HE without its own means of initiation, but with propelling
charges or a propellant motor. Examples of SCG E items are fixed or semifixed artillery rounds,
rockets, and guided missiles. Examples are shown in Figure 2-4.
This SCG includes ammunition containing HE with its own means of initiation, with or without propelling
charges. It also includes fuzed HE ammunition or devices, with or without propelling charges. The
hand grenades shown in Figure 2-5 are examples of SCG F items.
This SCG includes fireworks; illuminating, incendiary, smoke (including hydrogen chloride [HC]), and
tear-producing munitions (other than those that are water-activated or contain WP); and flammable
liquids or gels In other words, SCG G includes ammunition that produces an incendiary, illuminating,
lachrymatory (tear-producing), or smoke (except WP) effect. Examples include illuminating cartridges,
chemical ammunition (tear-or-smoke-producing), riot-control grenades, and smoke grenades.
Examples of SCG G items are shown in Figure 2-6.