When Australians find a table full of oddball RPGs in Cambodia (VIDEO)

“The translation thing over here… you think you are on to something then when it gets to the crunch they’re like, oh you can’t do that,” says Steve as he leans over a stack of RPG rounds.

Australian gun aficionado Stephen Gary “Steve” Lee and company have spent lots of time reducing the cache of surplus RPG-2 and RPG-7s in Cambodia (one rocket at a time). However, in their recent travels Steve and Marchy came across an RPG-9, with some peculiar grapefruit shaped anti-personnel grenades.

Then you know what came next.

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