Afgantsy Heavy Weapons (TSU726)

Designed by Matt Bickley & Evan Allen,painted by Aaron Te Hira-Mathie 

Afgantsy Heavy Weapons (TSU726)
Includes three AGS-17 grenade launcher teams, three AT-4 Spigot missile teams and six large six-hole plastic bases.

The desantniki are tough afgantsy veterans. They’ve learned their trade fighting the mujahideen rebels in the mountains of the Hindu Kush. Now back in Europe and equipped with the powerful AT-4 Spigot antitank missile that they call the Fagot ('Bassoon'), they have little to fear from tanks or aircraft. In assaults, their AGS-17 Plamya ('Flame') automatic grenade-launchers give them an unbeatable edge in firepower.

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Afgantsy Heavy Weapons (TSU726)
Designed by Matt Bickley & Evan Allen
Painted by Aaron Te Hira-Mathie
The Afgantsy Air Assault Battalion will be available as a Digital Briefing.
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AGS-17 Grenade Launcher Teams
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AT-4 Spigot Missile Teams
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Weapon
Range

ROF
Halted Moving

Anti-tank
Firepower
Notes
AGS-17 grenade launcher team 16"/40cm 9 - 3 6 Assault 5, Heavy Weapon
AT-4 Spigot missile team

8"/20cm - 40"/100cm

3 - 19 3+ Assault 5, Guided, HEAT, Heavy Weapon
AGS-17 Grenade Launcher team
The AGS-17 Plamya automatic grenade launcher
The AGS-17 is pretty amazing as a suppression weapon, having ROF 9! That and a couple of PKM teams almost guarantee that the target is pinned down before any assault.
AGS-17 Grenade Launcher Team
Afgantsy in Team Yankee
AT-4 Spigot Missile team

The AT-4 Spigot missile teams also have an impressive rate of fire. Modelled with three launchers, the team has a ROF of 3 and an anti-tank rating of 19, making them deadly against anything short of an M1 Abrams in the front.

AT-4 Spigot Missile Team
Afgantsy in Team Yankee
The Afgantsy Air Assault Company is equipped with such a diversity of weapons, the unit card needs a second card with the heavy weapons stats.
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Afgantsy Heavy Weapons Contents
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Afgantsy Heavy Weapons (TSU726)
a. 3x Kneeling pointing NCO.
b. 3x Kneeling NCO with arm raised.
c. 4x AK74 + RPG 18 kneeling.
d. 4x Kneeling crewman with AK74.
e. 4x Kneeling crewman with AK74.
f. 9x AGS-17 gunner (no hands)

g. 9x AGS-17 grenade launcher.
h. 9x AT-4 gunner (no head).
i. 9x AT-4 Spigot missile tube.


Assembling Afgantsy Heavy Weapons
AGS-17 Grenade Launcher Teams
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Afgantsy Heavy Weapons (TSU726)

To assemble the AGS-17 Grenade Launcher, simply glue the gun (g) in front of the gunner (f). Note: the gunner's hands are attached to the gun piece - be careful to line them up neatly with the figure's wrists.
Each AGS-17 Grenade Launcher Team should consist of three AGS-17 gunners, one NCO figure (a or b) and two AK74-armed support crew figures (c, d or e).

AT-4 Spigot Missile Teams
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Afgantsy Heavy Weapons (TSU726)

To assemble the AT-4 Missile gunner, simply glue the gun tube and head piece (i) on to the gunner's body (h). The tab underneath the gun piece fits into the square notch on the tripod, helping to ensure proper alignment.
Each AGS-17 Grenade Launcher Team should consist of three AT-4 gunners, one NCO figure (a or b) and two AK74-armed support crew figures (c, d or e).

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