Have copied NG's post from the current British Army thread.
Curious fact, although it doesn't show up in public information (eg NZDF websites etc) the NZ Army also operates the M72A6 LAW
(apparently same variant
as our Australian Army cousins).
Someone OIA'ed this
(and as per NZ Govt directives details of weaponry within the NZDF are deliberately scant i.e. "Quantities of weapons and ammunition held by the NZDF, and specific information that would provide insight of the capability of the NZDF , are withheld in full to avoid prejudice to the security and defence of New Zealand in accordance with section 6(a) of the OIA. Information that may be available on Wikipedia may be provided through a number of sources and is not endorsed by the NZDF
However the Army has shown it during training practices!
Ain’t no rodeo The M72A6 Sub-Calibre Practice System is one of many weapon systems our soldiers utilise during training. The M72A6 provides a portable lightweight option for our anti-armour...