MINIATURE ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADE MODEL
NICKNAMED "BUGOUT" | 1:4 DIE CAST METAL MODEL
Meet "Bugout", inspired by one of Sarge's finest. You know him as Anthony, who goes by call sign 'Bugout' in his GoatGuns customization videos.
Close only counts when it comes to horseshoes and hand grenades. Sarge took it a few steps further. The beauty of the green warhead, red wood and black body is one spectacle from the model gods.
ABOUT THE MINI RPG
- REAL Pterocarpus Soyauxii wood heat shield (same as our gun model rack)
- 14" in length
- Weighs in at a hefty 5 ounces
- Die cast metal and real wood
- Dummy warhead comes out maximum 4" at 1mph
- Trigger squeezes
- Flip up front and rear sights
The RPG, or Rocket-Propelled Grenade, is a family of portable, shoulder-fired anti-tank weapons originally designed in the Soviet Union during the mid-20th century. These are designed to fire rockets or grenades at armored vehicles and fortifications. When fired, the rocket is propelled by a backblast created by the rocket motor, and it follows a trajectory to the target.
One of the most iconic RPGs is the RPG-7, which was introduced in the 1960s and has been widely used by military forces and insurgent groups around the world. It is known for its simplicity, reliability, and effectiveness against armored vehicles. The RPG's legacy includes its significant impact on modern infantry warfare, as it provides a relatively low-cost and portable means of countering armored threats. It remains in use in various forms and has seen extensive combat throughout its history.
Get your shot at history with a miniature RPG model from GoatGuns today! Build, collect and display it on desk for all to wow over.
SIZE & COLOR
Black. Forest Green. Wood grain. Sounds like the makings of a sweet '72 Bronco.
- 14" (35cm) in length. Weighs 5 ounces.
- Some assembly required. Takes 5-10 minutes to build. Instructions included.
- Display stand not included. RPG is compatible with display rack.