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To not mention the short range. Sure, they weren't _that_ short ranged compared to how media (Especially videogames) portray them, with those weapons being depicted with a couple meters range when they actually could reach from 40 to 70 meters the most modern ones, but even a submachinegun could reach around 120 to 180 meters of maximum effective range.

Having said that, the People's Liberation Army still uses them, a Type 74 flamethrower in 'action', derivative of the Russian LPO-50.

![](https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Screen-Shot-2018-06-30-at-6.55.43-AM-390x166.png)
![](http://en.people.cn/mediafile/201210/13/F201210131322589394324678.jpg)
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And other nations have found other ways to deliver infantry-portable incendiary ordnance, like the Russian RPO Shmel or the American M202 FLASH.

Darn it, that BP was a ninja >.<. Now I look stupid >.>
Reason: Ninja
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Princess of Love - Extra special version for those who participated in the Canterlot Wedding 10th anniversary event by contributing art.
Tree of Harmony - Drew someone's OC for the 2022 Community Collab
Elements of Harmony - Had an OC in the 2022 Community Collab
Non-Fungible Trixie -
Speaking Fancy - Badge given to members that help with translations
Kinship Through Differences - Celebrated the 11th anniversary of MLP:FIM!
Verified Pegasus - Show us your gorgeous wings!
Preenhub - We all know what you were up to this evening~
Philomena - For helping others attend the 2021 community collab
Twinkling Balloon - Took part in the 2021 community collab.

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[@Beth](/forums/generals/topics/gun-discussion?post_id=5263823#post_5263823)

To not mention the short range. Sure, they weren't _that_ short ranged compared to how media (Especially videogames) portray them, with those weapons being depicted with a couple meters range when they actually could reach from 40 to 70 meters the most modern ones, but even a submachinegun could reach around 120 to 180 meters of maximum effective range.

Having said that, the People's Liberation Army still uses them.

![](https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Screen-Shot-2018-06-30-at-6.55.43-AM-390x166.png)

And other nations have found other ways to deliver infantry-portable incendiary ordnance, like the Russian RPO Shmel or the American M202 FLASH.

Darn it, that BP was a ninja >.<. Now I look stupid >.>
Reason: Ninja
Edited by FliegerFaustToP47