Figure 14-27.--Cartridge XM136 (AT4).
only tactical ammunition for the AT4) (fig. 14-27). The
AT4 is used mainly as an antiarmor weapon; however,
1. Front sight. Consists of a sight blade, center
it can be used against gun emplacements and bunkers.
post, and right and left lead posts.
2. Rear sight. Consists of a sight blade, range
setting knob, range indicator, 2-mm peephole, and
Overall system: 14.8 pounds.
Venturi. Performs two functions:
Cartridge: 4 pounds.
1. Protects the weapon from damage if dropped.
2. Directs the flow of the backblast.
Forward Safety. Must be fully depressed and held
Muzzle Velocity: 950 feet per second.
before pressing trigger button or launcher will not fire.
Maximum range: 2100 meters
Red Trigger Button. Fires the weapon.
or 6,890 feet.
Shoulder Stop. Helps stabilize the launcher on
Maximum effective range:
300 meters or 985 feet.
Carrying Sling. Provides a means for carrying the
Minimum arming range: 10
meters or 33 feet.
460 mm (18 inches).
cartridge consists of a fin assembly with tracer element;
point-initiating, piezoelectric fuze; warhead body with
liner; and a precision-shaped explosive charge (it is the