Polish Army seeks disposable anti-tank weapons

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The Polish Armament Inspectorate (AI) on 26 March announced that it is to begin a technical dialogue with industry on 2-3 April for the provision of a lightweight disposable anti-tank weapon to replace the Polish Army's RPG-7.


The AI will assess the initial technical requirements, the delivery schedule, and the price, including logistic support and training over 20 years of use. Key characteristics of the weapon such as weight, dimensions, minimum and maximum effective range would also be analysed.

The weapon is to be fitted with various types of high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) and high explosive squash head (HESH) rounds that would be able to penetrate both armoured vehicles and reinforced concrete structures.

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Polish Army seeks disposable anti-tank weapons

2020/03/1585659124.jpg
Read: 693     16:55     31 March 2020    

The Polish Armament Inspectorate (AI) on 26 March announced that it is to begin a technical dialogue with industry on 2-3 April for the provision of a lightweight disposable anti-tank weapon to replace the Polish Army's RPG-7.


The AI will assess the initial technical requirements, the delivery schedule, and the price, including logistic support and training over 20 years of use. Key characteristics of the weapon such as weight, dimensions, minimum and maximum effective range would also be analysed.

The weapon is to be fitted with various types of high explosive anti-tank (HEAT) and high explosive squash head (HESH) rounds that would be able to penetrate both armoured vehicles and reinforced concrete structures.

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