During the 1970s bush war, Rhodesia managed to obtain Rheims-Cessna 337 (known in Rhodesia as the Lynx). The Lynx provided CAS to the soldiers, recce or overhead protection to civillian convoys. The Lynx could carry a variety of armaments, Matra 68mm rockets, 37mm SNEB rockets, 80Kg mini-golf bomb, small "frantan" bombs, which were essentially homemade napalm and two 30cal MG's mounted on top of the cabin.
The mini golf bomb was an 80kg Amatol percussion bomb with a metre long probe in the nose to detonate the bomb above the ground. A Rhodesian invention with the appearance of a gas cylinder one and a half meters high and weighing 80kg; this percussion bomb contained amatol which was detonated by a tube one metre long at the nose of the cylinder which struck the ground first. On detonation the casing burst into over, 15,000 fragments lethal at 30m , 90ft with an accompanying stun effect for a further 30m.