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In March 1990, the last batch of all types of Soviet nuclear shells was produced. The total number of this last batch of shells of all types was 2,000. At the same time, the guaranteed shelf life of these shells was no more than 10 years (that is, the disposal of these shells was supposed to begin in 2000).


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