Forget about it.
Actually said it years ago.
I prefer a good challenging head on confrontation, that is why I'm here at ATS. Now the key to maintaining composure, is to have a true appreciation
for such, a challenge that is. I want to be confronted with your perspectives and opinions.
In return, I'm hoping whom ever that may be, is as open minded as I. This is what I like to call mutual ground.
So, back on topic and away from harassing the intrusive super.
Because every one harasses us, so hey we don't care.
Du rounds are mainly anti material or anti armor. But it is not likely a civilian will have access to those, let alone know how to load them in a dual
feed 25mm bushmaster cannon, such as one on a Bradley.
Tungsten is good for light armor too, cheaper and more accessible than DU, plus they can be hand molded for reloading ammo.
EFPs, are the preferred method of defeating armor, both light and heavy. They can do what a 500 to 800 pound AT mine or HME can, with a fraction of
As for the Molotov or fuel mixtures, if it is an NBC rated vehicle, don't wast your resources.
Thermite can be probably the most versatile of the mentioned incendiaries. Enough of its base components are readily available, that it would be a
loss not to use it.
But I have a bias, so for me thermite is my 100mph tape in those situations.
The best way to know how to defeat any vehicle though is to learn is soft points.
If this is that interesting of a subject, perhaps some academic time would be of use.
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his manual provides technical information, training techniques, and combat techniques of light anitarmor weapons. Intended users include leaders and
designated soldiers who will use this information to successfully integrate light antiarmor weapons into combat operations. This manual discusses
gunnery training and train-the-trainer.
FM 23-25 - Light Antiarmor Weapons
Probably not. As you said, it would be hard to improvise, where as a more explosive approach is easily improvised and available.
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If it is not a military vehicle, sure. Otherwise, military vehicles are EMP resistant, especially Navy and Airforce. It could be useful for disrupting
other electronics as well, not just vehicles, but commo.
So, don't dismiss EMP, just becareful it will work on its target. But I'm a huge fan of EMP and find that it should have its own FM, like
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