RPG-75

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RPG-75
Type Rocket-propelled grenade
Place of origin  Czechoslovakia
Service history
In service 1975-present
Used by Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland (limited use by GROM)
Production history
Designed 1970s
Specifications
Weight 3.2 kg (15 lb)
Length 630 mm (folded) / 890 mm (combat ready)

Cartridge 1 68mm round
Caliber 68 mm
Barrels 1
Muzzle velocity 189 m/s
Maximum firing range 300 m
Sights Leaf sight

The RPG-75 is a portable, disposable, single-shot anti-tank weapon, developed in the 1970s in Czechoslovakia. It fires a 68 mm rocket with an effective range of 300 meters and maximum range of 1000 meters. It resembles the American M72 LAW rocket launcher. This RPG is recommended to be used on light tanks and armoured track vehicles.[1]

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