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Name PM
Cal. 9x18m
E-Factor 7
Wt. (Empty)
Eff. Range
Max. Range 50m
Type of Fire semi
Rate of Fire 30
Feed Device 8 rd magazine
Feed Device Wt.
Basic Load 2 magazines
Load Wt.
Total Wt.
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Name AK/AKM
Cal. 7.62x39mm
E-Factor 14
Wt. (Empty) 3.14 kg
Eff. Range 300m
Max. Range 2500
Type of Fire Selective
Rate of Fire 40/100
Feed Device 30 rd Magazine
Feed Device Wt. .66 kg
Basic Load 4 Magazines
Load Wt. 3.8 kg
Total Wt. 5.78 kg
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Name AK-74
Cal. 5.45x45mm
E-Factor 15
Wt. (Empty) 3.4 kg
Eff. Range 400m
Max. Range 2500m
Type of Fire Selective
Rate of Fire 40 / 100
Feed Device 30 rd Magazine
Feed Device Wt. .55 kg
Basic Load 4 Magazines
Load Wt. 3.95
Total Wt. 5.6 kg
Additional Comments: The AK-74 is an updated version of the AK-47, firing a bullet of smaller caliber. This rifle is much like the original AK-47 that preceded it but it uses an orange magazine to help distinguish between the two rifles. It should be noted that the Soviet 5.45mm ammo and the NATO 5.56 are NOT interchangeable.

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Name SVD
Cal. 7.62x54R
E-Factor 16
Wt. (Empty) 4.3 kg
Eff. Range 1300m
Max. Range 1300 m
Type of Fire Semi
Rate of Fire 30
Feed Device 10rd magazine
Feed Device Wt. .2 kg
Basic Load 150 rds
Load Wt.
Total Wt.
Additional Comments: Issued with scope, PSO-1 passive infrared NV Scope available. X4 power. Available NSPU-3 passive IR scope extends range to 1000 m at night.

AP ammunition will penetrate 10mm at 200m

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Name RPK
Cal. 7.62x39mm
E-Factor 14
Wt. (Empty) 4.8 kg
Eff. Range 300m
Max. Range 2500m
Type of Fire Selective
Rate of Fire 509/150
Feed Device 30/40/75 rd magazines
Feed Device Wt. .55kg/ kg/ kg
Basic Load
Load Wt.
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Additional Comments: The ComBloc Squad Automatic weapon. Used for suppressives fire to screen movement by other soviet troops.

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Name RPK-74
Cal. 5.45x45mm
E-Factor 15
Wt. (Empty)
Eff. Range
Max. Range 2500m
Type of Fire Selective
Rate of Fire 50/150
Feed Device 30/40 rd magazines
Feed Device Wt.
Basic Load
Load Wt.
Total Wt.
Additional Comments: Replaces the RPK while still performing the same role. Only 30 and 40 round magazines available the 75 round was not due to economic considerations.

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Name PK
Cal. 7.62x54R
E-Factor 17
Wt. (Empty) 9 kg
Eff. Range 1000m
Max. Range 3800m
Type of Fire Automatic
Rate of Fire 650 rpm
Feed Device 100/200/250 rd belt
Feed Device Wt. 2.5 kg (100rd)
Basic Load
Load Wt.
Total Wt.
Additional Comments: Soviet General purpose Machine gun fulfilling the Ground Infantry support role and vehicle mounts such as coaxial and pintle mounted.
May be used with integral bipod, and tripod or pintle mounted.
Passive night vision optics available.

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RPD-7D Anti-Tank Launcher
E-Factor: 1030
Weight (Empty): 6.8kg
Minimum Range: 30m
Effective Range: 300m
Max. Range: 920m
Type of Fire: Single Shot
Burst Radius: 5m
Round Weight: 2.3kg
Anti-Armor Class: D
Basic Load: 2 rounds

Additional Comments: The RPD-7D is the standard anti-tank launcher of
the Warsaw Pact Forces, although it was beingsuperseded by newer designs like the RPD and RPG-18 by the time the War broke out. The basic design is quite simple and effective, though the round can be pushed off-target by strong crosswinds. This particular version can be disassembled into two parts to shorten the launch tube for the convenience of paratroops.

The RPG-7V is a recoilless, shoulder-fired, muzzle-loaded, reloadable, antitank grenade launcher. It fires a variety of rocket-assisted grenades
from a 40-mm smoothbore launcher tube. It is the standard squad antitank weapon in use by the OPFOR. The RPG-7V is light enough to be
carried and fired by one person. However, an assistant grenadier normally deploys to the left of the gunner to protect him from small arms fire.
The RPG-7V requires a well-trained gunner to estimate ranges and lead distances for moving targets. Crosswinds as low as 7 miles per hour can
complicate the gunner's estimate and reduce first-round hit probability to 50% at ranges beyond 180 meters.

Chance of hit.
Range Percent
50 m 100%
100 m 96%
200 m 51%
300 m 22%
400 m 9%
500 m 4%

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Name: PG-7VL
Caliber (mm): 93
Type: INA
Range (m):
Effective: 300
Minimum: INA
Penetration:
Armor (mm): 600 (E-Factor 3138)
Brick (m): 1.7
Reinforced concrete (m): + 1.1
Muzzle Velocity (m/s): 112
Length (mm): 980
Weight (kg): 2.6

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Name: PG-7VR (uses RPG-7V1 launcher sights)
Caliber (mm): 105
Type: Tandem
Range (m):
Effective: 200
Minimum: INA
Sighting Range: INA
Penetration:
Armor (mm): 600 with Explosive Reactive Armor (ERA) +750 without ERA
E-Factor 3137 (with ERA) 4214 (without ERA)
Brick (m): 2
Reinforced concrete (m): +1.5
Muzzle Velocity (m/s): INA
Length (mm): 1,306
Weight (kg): 4.5

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OG-7V Fragmentation AP Grenade
Caliber (mm): 40
Type: Frag-HE
Range (m):
Effective: 950
Casualty Radius (m): 10 Meters
Muzzle Velocity (m/s): 152
Length (mm): 569
Weight (kg): 1.7

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TBG-7V Thermobaric
Caliber (mm): 105
Type: Thermobaric (similar to RPO-A warhead)
Range (m):
Effective: 200
Sighting Range: 800
Penetration:
Armor (mm): INA
Brick (m): +1.5
Reinforced concrete (m): + 1.5
Casualty Radius (m): INA
Muzzle Velocity (m/s): INA
Length (mm): INA
Weight (kg): 4.5
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Ruchnaya Granata Degtyareva - 5 (RDG-5) Fragmentation Grenade
Grenade Class: B
Weight: .31 kg
Effective Range: 40m
Fuse Delay: 4 seconds
Burst Radius: 15m
DPW: 190 (110g TNT)
Anti-Armor Class: G
Additional Comments:This is the standard fragmentation grenade of the
Warsaw Pact; the blast scatters fragments (E-Factor 4)throughout the blast radius. Those RDG-5s used by the Soviets in Seattle are in good shape but old and have a 50% chance of failing to explode when used.

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RKG-3 / RKG-3E / RKG-3EM Anti-Tank Grenade
Grenade Class: D
Weight: 1.07kg
Diameter : 70mm
Length :
Effective Range: 20m
Fuse Delay: impact
Burst Radius: 20m (secondary fragmentation effect E=4 per fragment)
Penetration mm : 150 / 170 / 220 mm (E-factor 502 / 592 / 832)
DPW: 1310
Anti-Armor Class: D
Additional Comments: The RKG-3M is an anti-tank hand grenade and as
such has no direct equivalent in the MP issue equipment. The explosive is a shaped charge in the head of the grenade. When the pin is pulled, a four panel fabric drogue is released as the grenade is thrown, arming it and guiding it so that it impacts nose first. As these grenades have an impact detonator they will fail to explode only 15% of the time.

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POMZ-2
Grenade Class: B
Weight:1 kg
Diameter:
Height:
Effective Range: 0 m (emplaced with trip wires up to 15m)
Fuse Delay: 0 seconds (trip wire activated)
Burst Radius: 15m
DPW: 1299 (.75kg TNT)
Anti-Armor Class: None
Additional Comments:This is the standard fragmentation tripwire activate antipersonnel mine of the Warsaw Pact; the blast scatters fragments (E-Factor 4)throughout the blast radius. Often easy to spot, these are used often to protect wire obstacles, road blocks, and the perimeter of buried mine fields.

Stake mines for antipersonnel missions were developed during World War II by the Soviets and copied from them by the Germans. The Soviet POMZ-2 of that period used an iron fragmentation body (like that of a hand grenade) with six rows offragments, but when the Germans copied the mine they substituted concrete with metal fragments imbedded in it. The Soviet mine used standard components such as the 75-gram bore-hole charge and either the MUV or VPF pull fuze. The mines were normally laid in clusters of at least four mines and were fitted with trip wires. After the war the mine was modified by threading the fuze hole, using the MUV-2 pull fuze,and reducing the rows of fragments from six to five. The modifications resulted in a change in nomenclature to POMZ-2M. The mine is still in the active inventory.
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PMN plastic anti personnel mine
Grenade Class: B
Weight:0.6kg
Effective Range: 0 m (emplaced, pressure activated 0.5 to 1.0 kg weight to activate)
Fuse Delay: 0 seconds (trip wire activated)
Burst Radius: 5m
DPW: 416 (.24kg TNT)
Anti-Armor Class: None
Additional Comments:This is the standard blast, pressure activated antipersonnel mine of the Warsaw Pact; the blast injuries for personnel throughout the blast radius are intended to wound or incapacitate.

Difficult to detect and small in size (about the same as a can of shoe polish).

The Soviet PMN plastic mine is a post-World War II development which has been employed on the East German border as well as in Vietnam. The casing of the PMN is made of duroplastic and has a side hole for the firing mechanism and primer charge.The top half of the mine case has a rubber mantle which issecured by a metal clasp. The mine is activated by pressure on the top of the case. This pressure releases a spring-loaded striker, in turn hitting the percussion cap capsule, thus setting off the main charge. On laying the mine, after removing the safety pin there is a 15 to 20 minute delay in arming. The mine cannot be disarmed.
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TM-57 Anti-tank mine
Grenade Class: A
Weight: 9.5kg
Effective Range: 0 m (emplaced, pressure activated 200 to 300 kg weight to activate) (Tilt fuze 21 kg of force to activate)
Fuse Delay: 0 seconds
Burst Radius: 5m
DPW: 12,123 (7 kg TNT)
Anti-Armor Class:A
Additional Comments:This is the standard blast, pressure activated anti armor mine of the Warsaw Pact; the blast will destroy the roadwheels, track links, and suspension of main battle tanks, immobilizing them. High probability of piercing the hull floor on MBTs. For lightly armored vehicles, strong probability of a catastrophic kill, with a dead crew, and unrecoverable hull.

Easy to detect due to large size and strong metallic signature (mine detector).

The TM-57 is almost identical to the older TM-46, but has a larger charge and improved fuzing. No booby-trap well is present since the mine is designed for mechanical laying.The standard fuze is the delay-armed MVZ-57 (pressure plate), but the MVSh-57 tilt-rod fuze can be used when the mine is laid by hand.
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TM-62P plastic anti tank mine
Grenade Class:
Weight: 9.5 kg
Diameter: 320 mm
Height: 128 mm
Effective Range: 0 m (emplaced with pressure plate or tilt rod fuze)
Fuse Delay: 0 seconds (trip wire activated)
Burst Radius: 15m
DPW: 12,988 (7.5kg TNT)(although sometimes RDX/TNT/Aluminium and Amatol mixes are used)
Anti-Armor Class: A

Additional Comments:This is the standard blast, pressure activated anti armor mine of the Warsaw Pact; the blast will destroy the roadwheels, track links, and suspension of main battle tanks, immobilizing them. High probability of piercing the hull floor on MBTs. For lightly armored vehicles, strong probability of a catastrophic kill, with a dead crew, and unrecoverable hull.

Easy to detect due to large size however the plastic body and minimal metal used in the fuze does not register a strong metallic signature (mine detector).

No booby-trap well is present since the mine is designed for mechanical laying.The standard fuze is the delay-armed MVZ-57 (pressure plate), but the MVSh-57 tilt-rod fuze can be used when the mine is laid by hand.
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Name KPV (Heavy Machinegun
Cal. 14.5x114mm
E-Factor 38 BZT - Armor-piercing incendiary tracer full metal jacket round with a steel core. Projectile weight is 59.56 g and muzzle velocity is 1,005 m/s. Tracer burns to at least 2,000 m.
Wt. (Empty) 49.1 (gun body, KPV) + 105 (wheeled infantry mount) or 39 (infantrytripod)
Eff. Range 3000m versus ground, 2000m versus air.
Max. Range 4000m
Type of Fire semi
Rate of Fire 70-90 rds/min (600-800 cyclic)
Feed Device 40 round or 50 round (AAA) non disintegrating metallic link belt
Feed Device Wt. INA
Basic Load INA
Load Wt. INA
Total Wt. Mounting style depending
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Comments The KPV-14.5 heavy machine gun (KPV is an initialism for Krupnokaliberniy Pulemyot Vladimirova, in Russian as Крупнокалиберный Пулемёт Владимирова, or КПВ) is a Soviet designed 14.5x114mm-caliber heavy machine gun, which first entered service as an infantry weapon (designated PKP) in 1949. In the 1960s the infantry version was taken out of production because it was too big and heavy. It was later redesigned for anti-aircraft use, because it showed excellent results as an AA gun, with a range of 3,000 meters horizontally and 2,000 meters vertically against low flying planes.[1] It was used in the ZPU series of anti-aircraft guns. Its size and power also made it a useful light anti-armour weapon on the BTR series of vehicles and the BRDM-2 scout car.

The version for use in armoured vehicles is called the KPVT (tankoviy, 'tank'). KPVT is used for armoured vehicle installations, boats, movable and stationary mounts and various antiaircraft mounts. It features a shorter receiver and a heavier barrel jacket. The KPVT also uses a 50-round belt instead of the original 40-round belt. KPVTs are the primary armament of the wheeled BTR-60PB/70/80 series armoured personnel carriers and BRDM-2 armoured reconnaissance vehicles. It is intended for fighting against light armoured targets, weapons systems and light shelters at the distances of up to 3000 m, as well as air targets at distances up to 2000 m.

The development of the machine gun began in 1944. The 14.5x114mm M41 cartridge can be used with High Explosive Incendiary - Tracer (HEI-T) or Armour-Piercing Incendiary (API) bullets, and they have approximately twice the energy of a 12.7 mm (.50 BMG) projectile. The KPV is air-cooled and fitted with barrel with a hard chrome plated bore. It uses a short recoil operation system with gas assistance and a rotary bolt. It can be fed with the 40-round metallic belt from either the left or right side. The barrel can be removed by turning the prominent latch on the forward end of the receiver and pulling on the barrel's carrying handle.

80 cartridges are separated into two metal boxes and those are packed in a wooden box. This box has the caliber, type of bullet, Lot.-No., number of rounds and type of propellant painted on, it measures 480x350x160mm and weighs 23kg. Ammunition has been manufactured in Bulgaria, China, Egypt, Hungary, Iraq, North Korea, Poland, Romania, Russia and the former Czechoslovakia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KPV_heavy_machine_gun
http://zid.ru/eng/products/47/detail/234
http://world.guns.ru/machine/rus/kpv-e.html
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Name DshK 38/42
Cal. 12.7108mm
E-Factor 28 (850 m/s (2,788 ft/s)
Wt. (Empty) 34 kg (74.96 lb) (gun only) 157 kg (346.13 lb) on wheeled mounting
Eff. Range 2000m
Max. Range 2500m
Type of Fire Automatic
Rate of Fire 600 rounds/min (cyclic) Spent cartridges are ejected down through openings in the receiver and bolt carrier.
Feed Device 50 rd belt (note these are non disintegrating links, additional belts can be linked together to make larger belts.) The ammunition feed is via non-disintegrating steel belts, from the left side only.
Feed Device Wt. 2.5 kg (100rd)
Basic Load UNK
Load Wt. UNK
Total Wt.UNK
Additional Comments: The DShK 1938 (ДШК, for Дегтярёва-Шпагина Крупнокалиберный, Degtyaryova-Shpagina Krupnokaliberny, 'Degtyaryov-Shpagin Large-Calibre') is a Soviet heavy machine gun firing the 12.7108mm cartridge. The weapon was also used as a heavy infantry machine gun, in which case it was frequently deployed with a two-wheeled mounting and a single-sheet armour-plate shield. It took its name from the weapons designers Vasily Degtyaryov, who designed the original weapon, and Georgi Shpagin, who improved the cartridge feed mechanism. It is sometimes nicknamed Dushka (lit. "Sweetie", "Dear"), from the abbreviation.

The requirement for a heavy machine gun appeared in 1929. The first such gun, the Degtyaryov, Krupnokalibernyi (DK, Degtyaryov, Large calibre), was built in 1930 and this gun was produced in small quantities from 1933 to 1935.

The gun was fed from a drum magazine of only thirty rounds, and had a poor rate of fire. Shpagin developed a belt feed mechanism to fit to the DK giving rise, in 1938, to the adoption of the gun as the DShK 1938. This became the standard Soviet heavy machine gun in World War II.

Like its U.S. equivalent, the M2 Browning, the DShK 1938 was used in several roles. As an anti-aircraft weapon it was mounted on pintle and tripod mounts, and on a triple mount on the GAZ-AA truck. Late in the war, it was mounted on the cupolas of IS-2 tanks and ISU-152 self-propelled guns. As an infantry heavy support weapon it used a two-wheeled trolley which unfolded into a tripod for anti-aircraft use, similar to the mount developed by Vladimirov for the 1910 Maxim gun.[1] It was also mounted in vehicle turrets, for example, in the T-40 light amphibious tank.

In 1946, the DShK 1938/46 or DShKM (M for modernized) version was introduced.

In addition to the Soviet Union and Russia, the DShK has been manufactured under license by a number of countries, including the People's Republic of China, Pakistan and Romania. Today, it has been mostly replaced in favour of the more modern NSV and Kord designs. Nevertheless, the DShK is still one of the most widely used heavy machine guns.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DShK
http://world.guns.ru/machine/rus/dshk-dshkm-e.html
http://www.navweaps.com/Weapons/WNRu...mm-79_DShK.htm

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Name RPG-29 Vampir (Update 2017-03-28)
Cal. 105mm Rocket
E-Factor Per round
Wt. With sight (iron sights only) 11.5 kg Launch tube / Canister
Eff. Range (AT rocket) 500m Point / 800m area (HE rocket) 50m-2000m
Max. Range 2000m
Type of Fire Single shot reloadable
Rate of Fire 3-4 rounds per minute
Feed Device Wt. (AT) 6.7 kg, (HE) Information not available
Basic Load: Ammo bearers packs carry three rockets.
Load Wt. UNK
Total Wt.UNK
Additional Comments:
Russian 105-mm Antitank Grenade Launcher RPG-29 and RPG-32/Hashim
Ammunition Types 105-mm grenade Typical Combat Load
HEAT (tandem) 3
HE thermobaric As needed

SYSTEM
Alternative Designations: Vampir. Both variants can be used.
Date of Introduction: Late 1980s
Proliferation: At least 5 countries and several terrorist/insurgent groups. RPG-32/Hashim is currently produced for 2 countries.
RPG-32 export negotiations are underway.
Description:
Crew: 2 (gunner and ammo bearer / asst gunner)
Caliber (tube) (mm): 105
Weight (w/o sight) (kg): 11.5 (launch tube and canister/extension)
Length (transport) (mm): 1,000 without rear section/canister
Length (firing) (mm): 1,850, with grenade canister attached
Life of Tube/barrel: 300
Rate of Fire (rd/min): 3-4 rpm
Fire From Inside Building: INA
Maximum Target Speed (km/h): INA
Emplacement/displacement time (min): <0.25
Deployment: The pintle permits the launcher to attach to a tripod ground mount or a vehicle mount. The RPG-29 can be broken down into two parts for one soldier carry (launcher unit front section, and grenade/canister rear section). It can be made ready to fire within a few seconds with quick connect couplings. A folding bipod is provided to assist aiming during prone firing.

SIGHTS
Day sight:
Name: 1P-38
Type: Optical and iron, for RPG-29 shoulder-launch
Magnification: INA
Location: Left side
Sighting Range (m): 500 for optical sight. Effective range for the iron (post) sight would probably be less
Weight (kg): .6
Night Sight:
Name: 1PN51, 1PN52 standard RPG-29 or RPG-29N
Type: II sight
Weight (kg): 2.1

AMMUNITION
Name: PG-29V (in canister/launch tube extension)
Caliber (warhead): 105
Type: Tandem HEAT (shaped charge)
Effective range (m): 500 in the AT role
800 for Multi-purpose with HE
Penetration (mm CE):
Armor: 750 + behind ERA (E-factor=4214) , 950 + conventional (E-factor=5760)
Other: 1,500+ concrete and brick, 2,000 brick, 3,000 earth
Length (mm): 1 850 mm assembled for launch, 1 000 mm collapsed
Complete Round Weight (kg): 6.7
Muzzle Velocity (m/s): 280
Other: TBG-29V multipurpose HE thermobaric grenade.
Blast effects are the same as the TBG-7V (previous pg).
Effective range (m): 50-2,000
RPG-27, PG-7R grenade for RPG-7V, and RPG-32/Hashim use the same tandem warhead design.

VARIANTS
RPG-29 comes in three versions. The shoulder launch version is the base version described here (see photo above). The shoulder launch RPG-29 could become a standard squad ATGL for maneuver forces; However, the launcher, even stripped down for shoulder launch, is considered to be fairly burdensome and ungainly for use with squads attempting to move quickly in close quarters and dense cover. Thus the RPG-32/Hashim (below) was developed.

RPG-29 Mounted is an improved crew-served launcher upgrade for a more limited use ground and vehicle mount (see page 6-21). For Tier 1 and Tier 2 COE OPFOR, RPG-29 Mounted is the crew weapon in Weapons Squads and other supporting tactical units.

RPG-29N: Night sight only shoulder-launch variant, used the 1PN51-2 night sight.

RPG-32/Hashim: Russian/Jordanian 105-mm ATGL with RPG-29V variant tandem HEAT and HE thermobaric grenades (pg 2-30). The launcher base is a short tube with optics and trigger assembly. Sight is a collimating (binocular rangefinder) day/II night sight. The canister sleeve fits inside the short launcher stub to serve as a launch tube extension, resulting in a very lightweight 1.2-m length shoulder launcher ranging 700 m. Penetration is 850+mm vs conventional armor (E-factor= 4973) (650+ vs ERA) (E-factor= 3488) , with 2 per carry case. It can launch 72.5-mm MRO-A thermobaric multi-role grenade, and perhaps other 72.5-mm grenades. Jordanian KADDB offers a vehicle remote weapons station with 7.62-mm MG, Hashim launcher, and thermal sight. An upgrade is due in 2010, to add “precision” for increased range and 80% P-hit.

NOTES
RPG-29 is a multi-purpose fire support system with both AT and grenades. Thus it serves as all-purpose small unit artillery against the gamut of targets, including vehicles, personnel, buildings, and any other direct-fire targets within range - including helicopters.

Another neat feature is its “cold” launch. In less than a second the RPG-29’s propellant expends itself within the fiberglass tube and flies towards its target without leaving a smoke trail along its trajectory.

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