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  • Man-Portable Rocket Launchers from Origin to Present Day

    Man-Portable Rocket Launchers from Origin to Present Day

    Prior to the advent of the guided anti-tank missile, the unguided rocket launcher stocked the inventories of global powers in the tens of thousands.





    There are a total of (31) Man-Portable Rocket Launchers from Origin to Present Day in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.


    Vehicle-based Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRSs) are detailed here.



    Please wait while all 31 records are loaded into this space.




     
    1943
    Thumbnail picture of the 8.8cm Raketenwerfer 43 (Puppchen)
    8.8cm Raketenwerfer 43 (Puppchen)
    Type: Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    2015
    Thumbnail picture of the AirTronic GS-777
    AirTronic GS-777
    Type: Lightweight Shoulder-Fired Recoilless Rocket Launcher
     
    2009
    Thumbnail picture of the AirTronic PSRL-1 (RPG-7USA)
    AirTronic PSRL-1 (RPG-7USA)
    Type: Anti-Armor / Anti-Personnel Shoulder-Fired Rocket Launcher
     
    1986
    Thumbnail picture of the Breda Folgore 80
    Breda Folgore 80
    Type: Reoilless Anti-Tank Rocket Weapon
     
    1963
    Thumbnail picture of the Dynamit Nobel Panzerfaust 2 (PzF 44 2A1)
    Dynamit Nobel Panzerfaust 2 (PzF 44 2A1)
    Type: 67mm Shoulder-Fired, Recoilless Rocket Launcher
     
    2000
    Thumbnail picture of the Dynamit Noble MATADOR (Man-portable Anti-Tank, Anti-DOor)
    Dynamit Noble MATADOR (Man-portable Anti-Tank, Anti-DOor)
    Type: 90mm Man-Portable, Shoulder-Fired Rocket Launcher
     
    1992
    Thumbnail picture of the Dynamit-Nobel Panzerfaust 3
    Dynamit-Nobel Panzerfaust 3
    Type: Single-Shot Disposable Anti-tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1980
    Thumbnail picture of the IMI B-300
    IMI B-300
    Type: Reusable Anti-Tank (AT) Rocket System
     
    1990
    Thumbnail picture of the Instalaza C90
    Instalaza C90
    Type: 90mm Disposable Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1980
    Thumbnail picture of the LRAC 89-F1 (Lance-Roquettes AntiChar de 89mm modele F1)
    LRAC 89-F1 (Lance-Roquettes AntiChar de 89mm modele F1)
    Type: Reusable Rocket Launcher
     
    1942
    Thumbnail picture of the M1 (Bazooka) / (2.36-inch Rocket Launcher M1)
    M1 (Bazooka) / (2.36-inch Rocket Launcher M1)
    Type: Reusable, Shoulder-Fired, Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1978
    Thumbnail picture of the M202 FLASH (FLame Assault SHoulder Weapon)
    M202 FLASH (FLame Assault SHoulder Weapon)
    Type: Four-Shot, Shoulder-Fired Incendiary Rocket Launcher
     
    1963
    Thumbnail picture of the M72 LAW (Light Anti-armor Weapon)
    M72 LAW (Light Anti-armor Weapon)
    Type: Disposable Anti-Tank (AT) Rocket Launcher
     
    1979
    Thumbnail picture of the M79 Osa (Wasp)
    M79 Osa (Wasp)
    Type: Shoulder-Fired Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1980
    Thumbnail picture of the M80 Zolja (Wasp)
    M80 Zolja (Wasp)
    Type: Disposable Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1980
    Thumbnail picture of the MBB Armbrust (Crossbow)
    MBB Armbrust (Crossbow)
    Type: Recoilless Disposable Light Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1970
    Thumbnail picture of the NORINCO Type 69
    NORINCO Type 69
    Type: Rocket-Propelled Grenade (RPG) Launcher
     
    1943
    Thumbnail picture of the Panzerfaust 30
    Panzerfaust 30
    Type: Disposable Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1943
    Thumbnail picture of the Panzerfaust 60
    Panzerfaust 60
    Type: Disposable Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1943
    Thumbnail picture of the Panzerschreck (Raketenpanzerbuchse / RPzB)
    Panzerschreck (Raketenpanzerbuchse / RPzB)
    Type: Resuable, Man-Portable Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1942
    Thumbnail picture of the PIAT (Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank)
    PIAT (Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank)
    Type: Anti-Tank Grenade Launcher
     
    1972
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-18 (Mukha)
    RPG-18 (Mukha)
    Type: Disposable Lightweight Anti-Tank Weapon (LAW)
     
    1949
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-2
    RPG-2
    Type: Reusable, Man-Portable Rocket Propelled Grenade
     
    1970
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-26
    RPG-26
    Type: Anti-Tank Disposable Rocket Launcher
     
    1989
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-29 Vampir (Vampire)
    RPG-29 Vampir (Vampire)
    Type: Rocket-Propelled Grenade Launcher
     
    2008
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-30
    RPG-30
    Type: Rocket-Propelled Grenade Launcher
     
    2008
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-32 (Hashim)
    RPG-32 (Hashim)
    Type: 72mm/105mm Rocket Propelled Grenade Launcher
     
    1961
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-7
    RPG-7
    Type: Rocket-Propelled Grenade (RPG) Launcher
     
    1985
    Thumbnail picture of the RPG-76 Komar (Mosquito)
    RPG-76 Komar (Mosquito)
    Type: Single-Shot, Disposable Rocket-Propelled Grenade (RPG)
     
    1980
    Thumbnail picture of the SEP Dard 120
    SEP Dard 120
    Type: 120mm Shoulder-Fired Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
     
    1987
    Thumbnail picture of the WASP 58
    WASP 58
    Type: Shoulder-Fired, Man-Portable Rocket Launcher