Im kinda curious what its armament that is non-lethal is. Rubber HE shells obviously Sabot sans prob that is subprojectile good for sneaking around in minecraft That ending. ...
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- Im kinda curious what its non-lethal armament is.
- Rubber HE shells obviously
- Sabot sans subprojectile
- prob really good for sneaking around in minecraft
- That ending. Wow.
- pdf about its development , apparently the original idea was to deal with human wave attacks in between South Korea and Best Korea. In practical terms being so devastating and indiscriminate it's the exact opposite of what you want fighting an insurgency so I doubt it sees much use in the "low intensity" conflicts the US is embroiled in at the moment.
- hardly a new concept, even then.
- Canister and grapeshot have been around for as long as there have been cannons to fire it from.
- I think that for urban combat a thermobaric munition would be even more devastating, at least by comparison the canister round is highly directional, could be stopped by some moderate cover, and doesn't turn lungs to mush. I haven't heard of a thermobaric round for a tank gun though, not even by the Russians. I wonder if they just haven't gotten around to it or if there are technical barriers such as the round's velocity being too high for effective dispersal and detonation or volume restrictions on a tank round being too tight for a useful weapon.
- Since the tank round has such a high velocity I imagine there are serious problems with the careful dispersal of the aerosol. Read more comments