• Grenade M20 / M20A1 / M20A1V1 Super Bazooka

  • M20 «Super Bazooka» 88.9-mm (3.5 ') antitank gun M20 «Super Bazooka» U.S. Army has adopted in 1945. True it came to the troops with a significant delay due to the fact that the end of the Second World War, the need for such weapons dropped sharply.

  • Grenade M72 LAW

  • M72 In the stowed position American M72 LAW rocket launcher designed to combat armored targets and shelters enemy at short distances, mainly in urban fighting.

  • Grenade M79

  • M79 In a combat situation M79 In the stowed position Hand grenade M79 designed to engage manpower, transportation and light armored vehicles of the enemy at ranges up to 400 m History 40-mm grenade launcher M79, also known as the unofficial nickname "Thumper" or "Blooper", began in 1951, when the U.S. Army made demands for a new infantry weapons with a fragmentation warhead that can bridge the gap between hand grenades (maximum throwing distance of 50 meters) and mortars (minimum firing range of about 400 meters). M79 When shooting By 1952, developed the first version of such a fragmentation warhead in a 40-mm sphere with hollow walls filled with ready-striking elements in the form of steel balls, and filled inside the explosive.

  • Grenade Launcher M136 / AT4

  • M136 / AT-4 On the night sight on a special quick-release bracket M136 / AT4 M136 Grenade Launcher / AT-4 is designed to combat enemy armored targets, destruction of shelters and strong points of enemy defenses.

  • M203 Grenade Launcher / M203PI

  • M203 barrel launcher M203 is designed to engage manpower and fire weapons at ranges of up to 400 m M203 grenade launcher was developed in the period 1967 - 1968 AAI American corporation under contract with the U.S. Army.

  • Grenade M 55

  • 55 M Caliber, mm 55 length (grenade launcher / grenade) mm 1240/940 Weight (grenade launcher / grenades) kg 8.5 / 2.5 rds / min 5 Penetration, mm 200 Sighting range, m 300 Grenade M 55 is designed to combat enemy armored targets, it shelters and fortifications.

  • Grenade Metal Storm

  • Grenade Metal Storm On a combined system AICW Multicharged grenade firm Metal Storm is an easy-rifled barrel with electronics and fire control without any moving parts.

  • Grenade Milkor MGL

  • Milkor MGL Mk.1 Development multiply charged grenade Milkor MGL, calculated under the low-speed 40 mm caliber grenade (40h46) was launched in South Africa in the early 1980s, based on the successful experience of operating singly American M79 grenade launchers.

  • Grenade Mk18 / Mark 18

  • Mk18 Mounted on a boat During the U.S. war in Vietnam by American troops rather successfully used single-shot 40 mm grenade launcher M79, providing effective engagement of targets at ranges of up to 350-400 meters.

  • Grenade Mk20 / Mark 20

  • Mk20 In the first half of the 1960s, as part of developments in the field of infantry automatic grenade launcher, the American company Honeywell was created one of the first heavy grenade launchers Mark 18 operating by turning the handle of the drive.

  • Grenade launcher Mk.19 / Mark 19

  • Mark 19 In a modification Mk.19 mod.3 Mk.19 Mounted on a boat American grenade launcher Mk.19 - Mark 19 is designed to defeat enemy personnel located in the open countryside, as well as shelters in the lungs, not armored and light armored vehicles.

  • Grenade launcher Mk.47 / Mark 47 / Striker 40

  • Mk.47 mod.0 Mk.47 mod.0 The machine-tripod Development of a new 40 mm grenade launcher designed to replace the U.S. military armed time-tested, but quite heavy launcher Mk.19 Mod.3, was launched by the American company Saco Defense (now a division of Armament and Technical Products Group General Dynamics) more at the end of the 1980s.

  • Grenade Mk.153 / Mark 153 SMAW

  • SMAW In combat-ready position, with the attached transport and launch container with the missile SMAW When shooting Rocket launcher Mark 153 (Mk.153) SMAW (Shoulder-launched Multi-purpose Assault Weapon - multipurpose assault weapons, shoulder-launched) was developed in the early 1980s, a division of the American company MakDonel Douglas and was accepted adopted the U.S. Marine Corps.

  • Grenade MM-1

  • MM-1 40-mm grenade launcher MM-1 developed in the late 1980s in the USA by Hawk Engineering, to arm fighters various special operations forces.

  • Grenade MRG-1

  • MRG-1 To protect near zone of protected objects from underwater sabotage forces (PDS) at distances up to 500 meters at the state research and production enterprise "Basalt" was developed multiple rocket launcher MRG-1. In 1971, multiple rocket launcher MRG-1 was adopted by the Soviet Navy.

  • Grenade Norinco PF-89

  • Norinco PF-89 grenade Chinese Norinco PF-89 is designed to combat enemy armored targets, destruction of shelters and strong points of enemy defenses. Caliber, mm 80 Length mm 900 Weight Curb grenade launcher, kg 3,7 grenades Weight, kg 1,84 Penetration (At an angle of 65 degrees), mm 180 Penetration (At 90 degrees), mm 630 Sighting range, m 200 Grenade Norinco PF-89 was developed and became commercially produced Chinese company Norinco.

  • Grenade launcher complex DP-65

  • DP-65 At the turn of the 1990s, the state scientific-production enterprise "Basalt", was created by a new generation of anti-sabotage grenade launchers. In particular, based on the seven-MRG-1 grenade launcher was developed and adopted by the Navy Russia compact remotely controlled grenade launcher DP-65. DP-65 is designed to protect ships from attack combat divers on external raids, open anchorage and paragraphs based on hydraulic structures, offshore platforms and other important marine and coastal facilities.

  • Grenade JAG-40 "Iskra»

  • JAG-40 "Iskra» TKB-048 In 1966, a young engineer Tula Central Design Bureau of Sporting and Hunting Arms B. Rebrikov to increase the efficiency of firing AKM designed the first Soviet underbarrel grenade muzzle-loading mortars-TKB-048.

  • Grenade Pancerovka P 27

  • Pancerovka P27 Caliber, mm 45 caliber grenades, mm 110 Length mm 1030 length grenades mm 720 Weight 6.4 grenades Weight, kg 3.75 rds / min 5 Sighting range, m 200 Grenade Pancerovka P 27 is designed to defeat armored targets, fortifications and shelters enemy.

  • Grenade Panzerfaust 3

  • Panzerfaust 3 In a combat situation, with the standard optical sight grenade Panzerfaust 3 is the third generation of hand-held antitank grenade launchers, leading descended from Panzerfaust grenade during the Second World War.

  • Grenade Panzerfaust 30/60/100/150

  • Panzerfaust 30 kleine grenade Panzerfaust (armor (tank) fist) - German grenade single use since World War II. He replaces the hand grenades and used by German forces until the end of the war.

  • Grenade Panzerfaust 44 Lanze

  • Panzerfaust 44 Lanze Panzerfaust 44 antitank grenade Panzerfaust 44 "Lanze" is a further development of the ideas embodied by German designers in the period of the Second World War grenade launchers Panzerfaust.

  • Grenade "Pencil»

  • Disposable Hand grenade "Pencil» 40mm disposable hand grenade "foam" developed in the late 1970s by Valery Nikolayevich Telesh. Hand grenade disposable "foam" designed under certain circumstances to replace a hand grenade (which, as is well known, it is possible to throw the strength of 30-40 m). Externally "foam" and in fact reminds student membership, but lets throw VOG-25 100-300 m Grenade "Pencil" - a thin-walled aluminum rifled barrel without sight, in the middle of which is the breech with a simple hammer mechanism.

  • Grenade PIAT

  • PIAT PIAT Used British soldier Grenade PIAT (Projector Infantry Anti Tank) - anti-tank weapon of World War II. Shotgun called PIAT (infantry antitank grenade launcher) by the British infantry was adopted in 1942.

  • Grenade Launcher Pistol "Woodpecker" / product "D»

  • Grenade Launcher Pistol "Woodpecker" / product "D» In position for firing a grenade With the establishment of an adjustable bipod and grenade launcher sight In the 1960s, Soviet designers have developed a unique weapon for special forces weapons - grenade launcher / gun "Woodpecker" (product "D"). To ensure the application of stealth weapon was made noiseless and flameless.

  • Grenade Puppchen

  • «Puppchen» Wheeled In 1944 adopted the German infantry was adopted by 88-mm machine grenade «Puppchen». mounted grenade model 1943 resembles a toy cannon, for which he received the name "Puphen" (doll). The basis action grenade launcher was put active-jet principle.

  • Grenade launcher QLB-06 / QLZ-87B

  • QLB-06 / QLZ-87B Semi launcher QLB-06 / QLZ-87B is a further development of the Chinese automatic grenade launcher QLZ-87. main purpose grenade launcher QLB-06 / QLZ-87B - the implementation of the direct support of the infantry platoon in a link / company.

  • Grenade QLZ-87 / W87

  • W87 A pilot version Grenade QLZ-87 is primarily designed for close infantry support and has a compact and small (for its class) mass. get comprehensive operating experience (not licensed) copies of Soviet AGS-17 grenade launcher, the Chinese formed their vision infantry grenade launcher, a clear preference for maneuverability weapons to the detriment of his firepower, especially in providing dense fire suppression.

  • Grenade RAG-30 / SAG-30

  • RAG-30 In a combat situation 30-mm automatic grenade hand RAG-30 created by the Slovakian company «CZECH WEAPONS» on ruzhebe XX-XXI century. in. The design of the new weapons were used the most positive characteristics of barrel and mounted grenade launchers antipersonnel.

  • Grenade Raketenpanzerbuchse RPzB 43, 54, 54/1 / Panzerschreck / Ofenrohr

  • RPzB 43 Ofenrohr In 1943, Nazi Germany tried to solve the problem of anti-tank defense by reactive guns, firing rocket-propelled mine-cumulative effects at a distance up to 150 m weapons development was started after the capture in early 1943 the U.S. 60 mm M9A1 Bazooka.

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