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RPG-75 anti-tank system

Country of Origin: Czech Republic


The RPG-75 was a disposable weapon system that was used against armored vehicles, fortifications and bunkers. It fired a 68-mm high-explosive anti-tank (HEAT) warhead that could penetrate armor up to 12 in (300 mm) thick.

It was designed for single use with permanently charged cumulative shot inside the barrel. The barrel had a smooth bore. The weapon was fitted with a leaf sight.


No longer in service.

The RPG-75 was developed in Czechoslovakia in the 1970s, entering service in...

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