The LMG "flying mine Galitskiy" was used by the Soviets with considerable success against German armor during World War II, and may appear in future conflicts.
The LMG functions as a statically operated grenade launcher.
The grenade is mounted on a wooden platform, placed in a shallow trench, and is aimed at probable tank approaches.
It is launched by the pulling or breaking of a wire attached to a
MUV fuze in the base of the grenade.
The warhead has a base detonating fuze for the shaped charge.

Total weight w/launcher: 15kilo.
Weight of grenade: 9.5kilo.
Main charge: TNT.