Military Anti Tank Rocket Launcher (loaded) in Your Closet anybody??

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by John Gault, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. John Gault

    John Gault
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    I so get this guy. Who wouldn't want to have one of these. I'd be hiding mine better than "in my closet"

    So many places (forums) to choose from to put this. Legal/Political, NFA, Survival


    pdated Apr 11, 2012 - 9:31 am

    Woman finds military rocket launcher in closet


    After a woman found a military certified rocket launcher in her closet, several soldiers at JBLM are being investigated.
    KING 5 reports the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) is investigating five JBLM soldiers in the smuggling of a weapon, reportedly capable of penetrating armor nearly one-foot thick, off the base.

    The M72 light anti-tank weapon with a live rocket was discovered after a deployed soldier's girlfriend happened upon it.

    A JBLM spokesman says he's unaware of the investigation.
     
  2. x1hunter89

    x1hunter89
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    FAIL! next time he better get a girl who dont talk so much :laugh: idk wtf is up with the news and JBLM at ft bliss we had meth trailers in our barracks and we never made the news :( just kidding but really the media is giving alot of attention to JBLM lately
     
  3. Nwcid

    Nwcid
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    So many things wrong with what is posted.

    What is a "military certified rocket launcher"?

    Define "live rocket".

    Is the M72 even still in service in the US military? I thought the AT4 replaced it long ago.

    It is 100% legal to own law tubes.
     
  4. jordanvraptor

    jordanvraptor
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    Some Infantry and special forces units still have them because they are smaller and lighter than the AT4 or recoilless rifles like the Carl Gustav or SMAW.
     

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