Under-Barrel Grenade Launchers (UBGL)
Adoption of the Under-Barrel Grenade Launcher drastically transformed the standard infantryman through tactical flexibility.There are a total of 12 Under-Barrel Grenade Launchers (UBGL) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Beretta developed the GLX-160 series single-shot grenade launcher as a standalone unit or underslung service rifle ...
The single-shot Brugger & Thomet launcher can fire projectiles of any length adhering to the 40x46mm caliber....
The M203 grenade launcher can be fitted to a variety of non-M16/M4 rifles, increasing its global use....
The XM-148 from Colt Firearms existed in experimental form during the Vietnam War years - it did not see widespread...
The Defcom XL200 enters the grenade launcher market as an alternative to the older Colt M203 series and the newer H...
The GP-25 series of Soviet-designed single-shot grenade launchers has seen widespread use since its adoption in the...
The Heckler & Koch HK AG36 single-shot grenade launcher is steadily replacing the well-entrenched American M203 ser...
McDonnell Douglas attempted to sell the United States Army on its Scorpion Urban Fighting Weapon during the 1980s -...
The Milkor Mk-4 UBGL 40mm under-barrel grenade launcher immediately transforms the basic infantryman into a formida...
Poland initiated design of an indigenous Under-Barrel Grenade Launcher during the Cold War - this becoming the usef...