The New Gate Crashers

Alpo, Paul V.; Biass, Eric H.
February 2005
Armada International;Feb/Mar2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p34
Provides information on the development of man-portable anti-armor weapons. Advantage and disadvantage of each category of the weapons; Features of the RPG-7, a well-known weapon in the reusable systems category of man-portable anti-armor weapons; Most widely used light anti-tank weapon in the West.


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