The RPG-7 serves many roles. It also has many optics to suite its many munitions. In general you should not expect to fire over 900m with the RPG-7. This is because its rockets self destruct somewhere around that range provided their rocket motor somehow carries them that far in the first place. The iron sight is able to be zeroed up to 300m. However the iron sight is meant for the lighter HEAT rounds and may not be accurate for heavier munitions. Guide is only relevant to the RHS Rpg-7v2.
Aiming at the top of a 200m Target
This optic is only meant for the 85mm PG-7V rockets. You can use it with the newer rockets if you reference the images below for the newer optics. The optic is pretty straight forward to use with the PG-7V without all the confusing numbers added on the later versions. This optic can be illuminated. Irons can be used as backup by LCTRL+RMB
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This optic is for the 85mm PG-7V and 93mm PG-7VL. Very similar to the previous model. It can be used with other rockets if you reference the PGO-7V3 ranges below. Can be illuminated. Irons can be used as backup by LCTRL+RMB
This optic is the most modern, and includes all the munition types. Can be illuminated. Irons can be used as backup by LCTRL+RMB
This is a Night optic variant of the PGO-7V3. Functionally Identical, Just.... At night.
Another night optic. I couldnt honestly figure this one out. Its 4x magnification, and appears to be more useful as a rifle optic. Screenshot is where I had to aim to hit a target at 200m With an 85mm PG-7V