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Thread: Never Worry About That Battle Tank Taking Your Parking Spot Again!

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    Contributing Dealer Frontier Firearms's Avatar
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    Never Worry About That Battle Tank Taking Your Parking Spot Again!


    They are in now & will begin shipping Friday June 14th! Only 8 Available. Save $30 If you place your order before Friday.


    Some of us will be on a short fishing trip and will start shipping once we return.



    Please read the description very carefully, we have had a few people panic. And call the CFO.

    ONCE FIRED, THEY CAN NO LONGER BE REUSED. THE SINGLE SHOT FIRING PROCESS CAUSES THE TUBE TO BECOME DAMAGED AND CAN NEVER BE REUSED AGAIN.

    WE HAVE HAD HAD QUESTIONS ABOUT PRACTICE ROUNDS FOR THESE, AGAIN IT IS IMPOSSIBLE. DO NOT EVEN BOTHER TRYING TO MAKE THIS WORK, IT IS A COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME. IT WOULD BY LIKE TRYING TO REPAIR A BURNT OUT LIGHT BULB AND KEEP IT INTACT!

    THESE PIECES ARE ESSENTIALLY NOW SCRAP FIBERGLASS TUBES, MUCH LIKE A SPENT CASING FROM AN ARTILLERY SHELL IS JUST A PIECE OF BRASS.

    THESE PIECES ARE FOR CONSERVATION PURPOSES AND TO HELP US APPRECIATE THE SOLDIERS WHO HAVE SERVED PROTECTING OUR FREEDOM.

    Colors May Vary Between Tubes.







    Taken From Wikipedia

    The M72 LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon, also referred to as the Light Anti-Armor Weapon or LAW as well as LAWS: Light Anti-Armor Weapons System) is a portable one-shot 66-mm unguided anti-tank weapon. The solid rocket propulsion unit was developed in the newly formed Rohm and Haas research laboratory at Redstone Arsenal in 1959.

    The weapon consists of a rocket within a launcher consisting of two tubes, one inside the other. While closed, the outer assembly serves as a watertight container for the rocket and the percussion-cap firing mechanism that activates the rocket. The outer tube contains the trigger, the arming handle, front and rear sights, and the rear cover. The inner tube contains the channel assembly, which houses the firing pin assembly, including the detent lever. When extended, the inner tube telescopes outward toward the rear, guided by the channel assembly, which rides in an alignment slot in the outer tube's trigger housing assembly. This causes the detent lever to move under the trigger assembly in the outer tube, both locking the inner tube in the extended position and cocking the weapon. Once armed, the weapon is no longer watertight, even if the launcher is collapsed into its original configuration.

    When fired, the striker in the rear tube impacts a primer, which ignites a small amount of powder that "flashes" down a tube to the rear of the rocket and ignites the propellant in the rocket motor. The rocket motor burns completely before leaving the mouth of the launcher, producing gases around 1,400 F (760 C). The rocket propels the 66-mm warhead forward without significant recoil. As the warhead emerges from the launcher, six fins spring out from the base of the rocket tube, stabilizing the warhead's flight.[note 3] The early LAW warhead, developed from the M31 HEAT rifle grenade warhead, uses a simple, but extremely safe and reliable, piezoelectric fuze system. On impact with the target, the front of the nose section is crushed causing a microsecond electric current to be generated, which detonates a booster charge located in the base of the warhead, which sets off the main warhead charge. The force of the main charge forces the copper liner into a directional particle jet that, in relation to the size of the warhead, is capable of a massive amount of penetration.

    A unique mechanical set-back safety on the base of the detonator grounds the circuit until the missile has accelerated out of the tube. The acceleration causes the three disks in the safety mechanism to rotate 90 in succession, ungrounding the circuit; the circuit from the nose to the base of the detonator is then completed when the piezoelectric crystal is crushed on impact.
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    Super GunNutz Snake Plisken's Avatar
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    Sweet!

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    Sold out?

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    Well that sold rather quick.

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    CGN frequent flyer Dr. Hunter's Avatar
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    Will there be more?

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    We had one fellow talk of bringing in a mint one with sights, Caps & Sling. We will post this once it arrives.

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    Non-restricted?
    "Never trust a government that doesn't trust its own citizens with guns...."

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    Yes but is it Chrome Lined......I know I know there is always one …..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CobraGuy View Post
    Non-restricted?
    Lol... good one!
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    M72 is not nearly enough for an MBT...but cool regardless!
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