Meanwhile, in Russia…

December 16th, 2011 by Justin Leave a reply »

In the late 80′s the Soviets were experimenting with an over/under 45mm grenade launcher. Things looks like a beast, and it weighed about 22lbs. Yikes.

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3 comments

  1. Steve says:

    Mr. Buist, I am looking for a copy of a paper published by Prof. Gary Kleck & Jongyeon Tark back in 04/05. My searches indicate you used to have a pdf version of the article on your blog, but I see your archives only go back to ’06.

    Any chance you might still have this floating around? I’m just looking to add it to my pro-2a reference library. Oh, the file name is tarksppdf.pdf.

    Thanks.

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