Today I will show you how to make an RPG-7 prop for your own film, costume, some crude prank or just to make on a rainy day. I chose the RPG due to it's distinctive look and because it's very common in today's world and it's just plain cool. Now neighbor-scaring freaks or movie directors can make a cheaper version without shelling out thousands.(of course it won't look as real) The total cost of the project ranges from $20-$40 depending on the materials you have. History and technical information here >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RPG-7
(yes i used wikipedia as a source of information)
I tried to make it to scale. I'm not sure of the exact dimensions, I just estimated.
Ok this is my first instructable, so bear with me folks. At times it may seem a bit confusing, so i'll try my best to clarify things.
And let me just say this now. IT DOES NOT SHOOT. However it could be easily modified to do so.
(Disclaimer: I am not responsible for anybody getting arrested or fined for anybody who uses this improperly or anything of that sort.)