M68 Claymore now on display at Milford Museum

By: Jeff Winslow – February 16, 2018

MILFORD, Del. – As a part of the “Made In Milford” exhibit at the Milford Museum, Mohawk has donated a complete M68 Practice Claymore System for the exhibit.

Located in Milford, Del. since 1963, Mohawk has manufactured components for the Claymore Weapon System (M18A1), Practice Claymore System (M68) and most recently, the Non-Lethal Munitions System (MCCM). The M68 will be on displayed in the Milford Museum for at least the next year.

“Thank you [Mohawk] for the contribution,” said Claudia Leister, executive director of the Milford Museum in an email to Mohawk, “we greatly appreciate it and ready for the public to see it in place.”

If you are local to the Delaware area and would like to see more of the “Made In Milford” exhibit, you can visit the museum Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 121 S. Walnut Street, Milford, Del. 19963. To learn more about the museum, you can visit their website at: