The occupier unsuccessfully threw a grenade: the ammunition exploded right next to him
The “Second Army of the World” does not tire of proving that intelligence is not its forte. In particular, one of Putin's soldiers threw a grenade at a tree just a few meters away from him. It exploded, resulting in a massive explosion.
On Monday, March 27, a video began to circulate on the network, in which the occupier wants to blow up an RKG-3 anti-tank grenade. From the video it is clear that it ended for the warrior is extremely deplorable.
Russia lacks normal weapons
As you know, these ammunition weighs about 1.07 kilograms and is quite dangerous to operate and use. In addition, when such a toy falls into the hands of a representative of one of the “most powerful armies in the world”, then one should not hope that this will end with something good.
Combat training for throwing an RKG-3 anti-tank grenade by the Russian Armed Forces. The Russian soldier who blew up a grenade next to him survived only because the directed cumulative jet hit to the side, – journalist Butusov commented on the video.
In addition, he noted that infantry around the world uses anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade launchers to destroy armored vehicles. This allows you to hit tanks with a heavy cumulative grenade from a safe distance.
That is, if the enemy uses these RKG-3 anti-tank grenades, this indicates that he does not have enough anti-tank weapons.
The invader unsuccessfully throws a grenade: watch the video from Butusov's telegram channel
Enemy losses: latest news
It may seem that with such a “highly developed and equipped” enemy, weapons are not needed, because he does not eliminate himself. This is partly true, but one should not devalue the exploits of our military, which, in addition to full gouges, also destroy the elite of the enemy army.
- As of the morning of March 28, 171,730 invaders went to Kobzon, as reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces. Only in the previous day, our military eliminated about 570 fighters.
- In addition, the Russian top officer Dmitry Lissitzky, who was directly involved in the organization of the Ilovaisky cauldron in 2014, is now also on the lavas of the 200s. It is known that the invader received awards from the Kremlin and was the commander of the 1st battalion of the 247th air assault regiment.