After the booming success of the C-10, another C-class explosive was developed. The C-22’s design is a compact cylinder, usually with a red coating and manufacturing label. One notable difference between the C-10 and the C-22 is that the C-22 uses a pin instead of the twist handle, allowing faster arming in dangerous situations. While the C-22 is smaller than the C-10, it is tightly packed with dense explosives and toxins, giving it only a slightly weaker payload than the C-10. These factors, along with its cheaper price, make it just as popular as the C-10 with various security groups and governments.