71 pages •
By Infiniti Research Limited
• Aug 2016
Traditionally, the infantry anti-tank weapons, such as anti-tank rifles, anti-tank rockets, and magnetic anti-tank mines, had limited armor penetration abilities and required soldiers to approach the target closely.
Within Russia, this saw the company work with the Kubinka Tank Museum from 2014 to recreate the Panzerkampfwagen VIII Maus tank with working parts, with the sole surviving shell of this tank based at the museum.