The early models of the Soviet equivalent of the Stinger missile had two problems:
1. If they were operated on a sunny day, they would attempt to shoot down the sun.
2. if they went off course, they would lock on the tube that the missile was shot from, which was still very hot. Unfortunately, this was usually still on the shoulder of the person who fired the missile.
No. 7. Nothing “unfortunate” about a Soviet Stinger-like missile coming back and exploding in the launch tube that was “Unfortunately, this was usually still on the shoulder of the person who fired the missile”.
One less Russki. Saw similar films of enemy shoulder-fired missile failures from Iraq and Afghanistan. Ordered popcorn for everyone.