Excellent New Old Stock MK64 , M23 , and MK93 cradle mounts and quality AT-4 and LAW tubes !
complete with straps, caps, and pop-up sights

From
Replicas & Models Inc. 4636 Lebanon Pike #356 Hermitage, TN 37076



We have a LIMITED SUPPLY OF New Old Stock 50 cal. cradles, known as the M23 mount, available for our customers!

Complete with all three pins and ammo tray!

We have a LIMITED SUPPLY OF New Old Stock MK64 cradles, that can mount the MK19, The 50 cal M2HB, the M60 mg, and/or the M240 ; We have these available for our customers!

Our MK64 Mount/Cradle is made to GI specs to accept GI surplus adapters, trays, and ammo can holders

MK64 Mount/Cradle for MK19 and 50 cal . . . New Manufacture or refurbished $1300.00
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or used GI Surplus Price on Request

We have a LIMITED SUPPLY OF New Old Stock MK93 cradles, that can mount the MK19, The 50 cal M2HB, the M60 mg, and/or the M240 ; We have these available in Refurbished and/or New Condition! Please call for current availability and pricing

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Excellent condition AT-4 tube, aka M136, AT4 Rocket Launcher,

with Trigger, Sling, pop-up sights, excellent condition

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LAW tube


 This ONE has been sold : Please E-MAIL for availability and pricing.

Aka, LAWS Light Anti-Armor Weapons System M72A2


 This ONE has been sold but please E-MAIL for Availability and Pricing

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  The M72 LAW (Light Anti-Tank Weapon, also referred to as the Light Anti-Armor Weapon or LAW as well as LAWS Light Anti-Armor Weapons System) is a portable one-shot 66 mm unguided anti-tank weapon, designed in the United States by Paul V. Choate, Charles B. Weeks, and Frank A. Spinale et al. while with the Hesse-Eastern Division of Norris Thermadore, currently produced by Nammo Raufoss AS in Norway.

In early 1963 the LAW was adopted by the United States Army and the United States Marines as their primary individual infantry anti-tank weapon, replacing the M31 HEAT rifle grenade and the M20A1 "Super Bazooka" in the US Army.

It had been intended that in the early 1980s that the M72 would be replaced by the FGR-17 Viper, but this program was canceled by Congress and the M136 AT4 was introduced in its place. In that time period its nearest comparison was the Swedish Pskott m/68 (Miniman) and the French SARPAC.

A training variant of the M72 LAW, designated the M190, also exists. This weapon is reloadable and uses the 35 mm M73 training rocket. A subcaliber training device that uses a special tracer cartridge also exists for the M72. A training variant used by the Finnish armed forces fire 7.62mm tracer rounds.



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