Argentina – Mathogo Missile
Argentina – Model 1968 RCL
Argentina's Model 1968 RCL is a recoilless gun that can fire 4.13 inch (105mm) high explosive (HE) rounds to an effective maximum range of 10,000 yards (9200m).
The effective range for High Explosive Anti-Tank (HEAT) rounds is about 1300 yards (1200m).
With a muzzle velocity of 1312f/s (400m/s), the Model 1968's hollow charge round can penetrate
Austria – M40A1 and M40A2 Recoilless Rifles
Belgium – MECAR 90mm Light Gun
Belgium – RL-83 Blindicide Rocket Launcher and RLC-83 Compact Rocket Launcher
Blacker Bombard 29mm Spigot Mortar
The Blacker Bombard was a relatively inexpensive World War Two anti-tank weapon devised by Lt-Col Blacker in the early years of the war.
It was originally designed for use in the battlefield, but was relegated to use by the Home Guard after being replaced by the more portable
Brazil – M18A1 Recoilless Rifle
Britain – 2 Pounder Anti-Tank Gun
Developed by the Ordnance dept and Vickers but manufactured by BSA for use in World War II.
The 2 Pounder was a heavy gun and was emplaced, thus it could not be moved swiftly.
It had a semi-automatic breech mechanism and telescopic sights.
The gunner was provided with a seat and a full fixed shield
Britain – 6 Pounder Anti-Tank Gun
Long before World War II began, the British realized they would need to replace their 2 pounder anti-tank gun with a more powerful weapon.
Design of the 6 pounder anti-tank gun commenced in 1938, and production began in 1941.
The 6 pounder took half as long to build as the 2 pounder, as the 6 pounder