RPG-43 Anti-Tank Grenade - Dummy Replica

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The RPG-43 was a high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) hand grenade used by the Soviet Union during the Second World War. It entered service in 1943, replacing the earlier model RPG-40. The RPG-43 used a shaped charge HEAT warhead, whereas the RPG-40 used the simpler HE (high explosive) warhead. The RPG-43 had a penetration of around 75 mm of rolled homogeneous armour at a 90 degree angle. Later in the war, it was improved and became the RPG-6.

This is a RPG-43 anti-tank grenade, a dummy replica model based on the Russian variant. Made of wood, detailed with a model marking, it is painted green and has an aged battle worn look. These have been designed as props, they are non-functioning single piece wood construction, they do not contain any working parts, and they do not dismantle. May have slight signs of wear on depending on stock.

Military reenacting, as training dummies, props for film makers or photographers, and make an nice addition to any militaria collection as a display item.

Type: Dummy
Size: 28.5L x 9.5W cm
Colour: Dark green
Weight: 490 gms (approx.)
Material: Wood

We will not ship these outside of Australia.

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