The Ukrainian military showed a Russian tank destroyed by a German disposable grenade launcher RGW 90 MATADOR

The Armed Forces of Ukraine use not only NLAW and Javelin to destroy Russian tanks.

What is known

The Defense Forces released a video showing a tank burning down against which a disposable RGW 90 MATADOR grenade launcher was used.

The anti-tank gun was developed as part ofcooperation between Israel and Singapore, but produced in Germany by the German company Dynamit Nobel Defense. In addition to Israel, Germany, Singapore and Ukraine, the United Kingdom and Slovenia are also operators.

RGW 90 MATADOR is a 90-mm disposable grenade launcher weighing up to 9 kg and 100 cm long. The effective firing range is from 14 m to 0.5 km. The grenade launcher is equipped with an optical night vision device.

Source: @horevica

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