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    Pg-7

    Here a cutaway from the PG-7.
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    A beautiful PG-7 cut-away! Thank you for sharing your pictures blu97. May I ask where you obtained this nice find?

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    Very nice cutaway model. Thanks for sharing the info
    Regards DJH

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    Excellent work. Useful. Cheers

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    that is a beauty

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    Very nice Rocket Propelled Grenade Cutaway! I have one as well, a PG-7C rocket:
    PG-7C Cutaway 1.jpg PG-7C Cutaway 2.jpg

    And here is a translation from the Russian manual of the internal parts of a PG-7V rocket:
    PG-7 Rocket Internal Parts.jpg
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    very nice cut away bunker dog, I almost finished with a ccut away from the PG-7C. I don't have the dimensions of the proppelant grain, is it possible to provide me with the measurments of it.
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    Propellant grain? I'm not quite sure what you mean?

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    The propelant charge in the motor section,
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    blu97, I compared my PG-7C to a PG-7 and the rocket motor section is a different length and there is a odd second gas vent added to the bottom portion (where a metal washer should be, which seems to have been moved to the threaded boss on the bottom where the plastic cap goes) ... so I don't think I could give you the right info about the dimensions of the propellant grain.

 

 
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