How to blow up a Toyota: Cambodian RPG tourism (VIDEOS)

Australian ordnance fan Steve Lee, along with his mates Jarod and Marchy, team up to show you why Carfax doesn’t apply in Southeast Asia.

While Australia’s gun laws are mega strict, Steve and company have been working for years to reduce the stockpiles of surplus RPG-2 and RPG-7s in Cambodia, one grenade at a time. In the above installment, they show why the effectiveness of the sometimes moody Combloc anti-tank weapons is open to interpretation. Still, they have the bonus of a propane-powered stationary target to take shots at.

And if you came here secretly wishing to see a Chinese Type 56 Kalash spiker at play (and we do mean “play”), stay tuned for the below. As a word of warning, don’t try any of this at home.

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