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ne sachant pas ou poster:

Je voudrai savoir un truc, quel modèle de grenade à main on utilise ?  :rolleyes:

Car bon j'ai jamais fait attention à sa et voudrai bien savoir

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Quel modèle de grenade à main on utilise ?

Deux modèles: offensive et défensive. L'une d'elle se nomme Modèle-67.

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J'ai vu y a pas longtemps qu'ils avaient fait un lance grenade de 40x46 capable de tirer dans les coins avec la caméra et tout le bazar, comme le système dans lequel on montait un pistolet. Il semblerait qu'ils aient fait en sorte de rendre le système plus polyvalent. La question que je me pose c'est que ça doit sérieusement plomber à l'avant, niveau équilibre ce doit pas être la joie non?

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C'est exactement ça!

Comme le dit Chris, ça doit être cocasse à encaisser le recul avec le coude qui annule quasiment toute possibilité d'encaissement avec le corps. Merci les poignets!

Mais j'ai vu aussi que ça existait en modèle carabine pour tirer du gros calibre, qu'il y avait aussi du fap monté dessus, bref, il l'ont fait à toutes les sauces même les plus improbables comme ce LG 40mm.

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90mm Recoilless rifle M67 Back yo the front !!!

http://www.clarksvilleonline.com/2011/02/12/currahees-add-to-their-weapons-arsenal/

Paktika Province, Afghanistan – Currahee Soldiers from 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, began incorporating the M67 90mm recoilless rifle into their squads February 10th.

“We chose to utilize the 90mm because we wanted a high-volume fire power weapon that would provide low collateral damage,” said U.S. Army Lt. Col. Robert B. Fouche of Columbus, GA, executive officer for 4th BCT, 101st Abn. Div.

U.S. Army Soldiers from 1st Battalion and 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, familiarize themselves with the M67 90mm recoilless rifle by firing the weapon at a Forward Operating Base Orgun-E range Jan. 27th. The Soldiers fired roughly 150 rounds of 90mm ammunition. (Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nathan J. Hyman, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101 Airborne Division)

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U.S. Army Soldiers from 1st Battalion and 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, familiarize themselves with the M67 90mm recoilless rifle by firing the weapon at a Forward Operating Base Orgun-E range Jan. 27th. The Soldiers fired roughly 150 rounds of 90mm ammunition. (Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nathan J. Hyman, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101 Airborne Division)

The M67 is a lightweight, portable, crew-served weapon designed primarily to be fired from the ground using the bipod or monopod, but it may be fired from the shoulder. It is an air-cooled, breech-loaded, single-shot rifle that fires fixed ammunition and it is equipped with a manually-operated breech and a percussion-type firing mechanism. As a reloadable weapon, it can be used with optics and lasers to fire at night.

The weapon is intended to be used primarily as a self-defense weapon, said Fouche.

“The M67 will be used by mainly infantrymen in a static position,” said U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nathan J. Hyman of Clovis, CA, master gunner for 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th BCT, 101st Abn. Div. “This means the weapon will be stationary, it won’t move unless necessary.”

“Soldiers at the outlying stations will be able to use this weapons system as a force multiplier, meaning that more can be accomplished with fewer individuals,” Hyman said. “Although we plan to use the 90mm in mainly a defensive posture, it also can be extremely effective being used offensively for ambushes.”

Not only did the M67 meet the unit’s tactical needs, but because it is not a newly developed weapon, Fouche said its use is also a cost-effective alternative.

“This weapon is a beneficial choice for three important reasons,” Hyman said. “The weapon has the capability to eliminate an area target using a 90mm flechette round. It is easy to use, meaning it does not require extensive training in order to operate. It is also a reliable weapon and it is easy to maintain in the harsh environments of Afghanistan.”

U.S. Army Soldiers from 1st Battalion and 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, wait for the signal to safely begin firing the M67 90mm recoilless rifle during a practice firing of the weapon at a Forward Operating Base Orgun-E range Jan. 27th. The Soldiers fired roughly 150 rounds of 90mm ammunition. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Nathan J. Hyman, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division)

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U.S. Army Soldiers from 1st Battalion and 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, wait for the signal to safely begin firing the M67 90mm recoilless rifle during a practice firing of the weapon at a Forward Operating Base Orgun-E range Jan. 27th. The Soldiers fired roughly 150 rounds of 90mm ammunition. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Nathan J. Hyman, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division)

The Soldiers only recently received the weapons and have just finished the first training session, Hyman said. The training was held at Forward Operating Base Orgun-E and was primarily attended by noncommissioned officers who can then return to their companies and train their Soldiers.

The training consisted of classroom, hands-on and range training. The classroom portion covered weapon safety, function, use and maintenance.

During the hands-on portion, Soldiers familiarized themselves with various firing positions for the M67, such as prone, seated, kneeling or standing.

“Because the rifle is truly recoilless, it can be fired from almost any position,” said Hyman.

At the range, Currahees familiarized themselves with the weapon by practice firing roughly 150 rounds of 90mm ammunition.

The level of noise produced by the weapon firing will also play a factor in the counterinsurgency fight.

The M67 90mm was utilized during the Vietnam War and it continues to be a viable weapon for Currahees in Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Neopup 20mm

http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsBEQ-Pulvc

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Ca recule comme un canon de campagne ce bousin! Et le résultat est au final vraiment pas terrible du tout. Les US font mieux avec un M25 bien plus compact.

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Au fait je voulais savoir sii posséder un vrai LAW M72 déjà utilisé (et donc inutilisable) était légal ? Quelqu'un une fois m'a dit que non mais j'aimerais l'avis d'autres personnes. En tout cas sur Ebay c'est interdit d'en mettre en vente (déjà cherché car j'aime bien le LAW).

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Un ami en avait acheté un inutilisable pour en faire un LR Airsoft, jamais su ce qu'il était devenu.

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Ah, c'est un tube plastique après usage.

Quelle serait la menace pour l'ordre public?

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Au fait je voulais savoir sii posséder un vrai LAW M72 déjà utilisé (et donc inutilisable) était légal ? Quelqu'un une fois m'a dit que non mais j'aimerais l'avis d'autres personnes. En tout cas sur Ebay c'est interdit d'en mettre en vente (déjà cherché car j'aime bien le LAW).

Quand tu sais que les véhicules militaires genre camion et jeep ww2, ont failli tomber en 2eme catégorie ...

http://www.armes-ufa.com/spip.php?rubrique92

Ici des canon sans recul allemand et tube de lance rocket jetable, issus de fouille, rouillé jusqu'a l'os, percé etc. verbotten http://www.armes-ufa.com/spip.php?article206

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Il y a bien des braquages avec des armes en plastiques...

J'imagine le convoyeur braque au lance roquette qui descend de son camion pour voir si c'est un vrai.

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En tout cas il en existe des répliques mais c'est plus de 300€ !  :-\

Sinon on sait me dire s'il y a un écart de performances significatif entre un M72 et un RPG-22 ? Le RPG-22 est-il encore fabriqué ?

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En tout cas il en existe des répliques mais c'est plus de 300€ !  :-\

Sinon on sait me dire s'il y a un écart de performances significatif entre un M72 et un RPG-22 ? Le RPG-22 est-il encore fabriqué ?

M72 LAW

armor penetration: 355mm @200m

calibre: 66mm

poids: 2,5 kg

longueur transport/pret au tir: 67cm/89cm

V0: 145m/s

RPG-22

armor penetration: 400mm @300m

calibre: 72mm

poids: 2,8 kg

longueur transport/pret au tir: 68cm/85cm

V0: 135m/s

voila ;)

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Une vidéo du M202 Flash. Ses roquettes ne font pas beaucoup de dégâts on dirait. Et ça tire en cloche, ce n'est pas un tir tendu.  :rolleyes:

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Une vidéo du M202 Flash. Ses roquettes ne font pas beaucoup de dégâts on dirait. Et ça tire en cloche, ce n'est pas un tir tendu.  :rolleyes:

http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkFU7o3IAaM

Ce sont des roquettes incendiaires semble-t-il

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Oui.

The M202A1 features four tubes that can load 66 mm incendiary rockets. The M74 rockets are equipped with M235 warheads, containing approximately 1.34 pounds (0.61 kg) of an incendiary agent. The substance, often mistaken for napalm, is in fact TPA (thickened pyrophoric agent).

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