Temporarily creates a barrier of mines that affect the path of enemies. They can be destroyed by shooting directly at them.
The anti-tank is a less sensitive mine with a higher explosive charge than the anti-personnel mine, which has the objective of destroying armored cars. In World War II they began to be used on a large scale.
These powerful and effective weapons need a pressure of more than 150 kg to detonate, so they are activated by cars, tanks and motorcycles, but they are harmless to humans and not very heavy animals.
Typically, mine laying is done by distributing anti-tank mines and anti-personnel mines in the same field, so that they are more difficult to locate and remove.