Deny a rebel force sufficient arms and artillery, and they soon begin to improvise on their own. It’s a fascinating photo essay, showing technology from the sophomoric to the medieval to the crudely modern (World-War-era rockets aimed via smartphone). The homemade grenades like the one above are straight out of the 1700s and are probably more bark than bite, but the rockets and the larger lathed mortar shells look capable of ruining light armored vehicles or buildings.
Where there is a will to fight, the fighters will find a way to improvise the weapons they need to take on their enemies. If they can create such munitions there, can you imagine what Americans are capable of fabricating here?