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AT4  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1981
Total Production: 600,000
Unitary Cost: USD$2,000
Also Known As: M136
Origin: Sweden and United States of America
Corporations: ATK Alliant Techsystems and Saab
Parent System: AT4
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1981
Total Production: 600,000
Family Members: AT4 CS
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Description: The AT4, M136 US Army designation, is a lightweight, recoil less, self-contained, preloaded, shoulder-fired, one-shot disposable weapon designed for quick and easy operation. It is suitable for any combat situation, even urban warfare. Its primary target are armored vehicles, structures, fortifications and transport vehicles. The AT4 fires a free-flight, fin-stabilized rocket with a shaped charge warhead. The rocket features 84mm of diameter, weighs 1.8 kg and 0.46 meters long. The M287 is a derivative of the AT4 to provide training. Saab and ATK have produced more than 600,000 AT4 weapons to date. It was combat proven by the US military during operations Just Cause and Desert Storm.

AT4 Specifications

Dimensions
Caliber: 84 millimeter
Length: 1,000 millimeter (39.4 inch)
Performance
Piercing in Armor: 420 millimeter
Weapon Max Range: 300 meter
Speed
Muzzle Velocity: 290 mps
Weight
System Weight: 6.70 kilogram
Warhead: 1.80 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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