AC300 Jupiter

Notes: The AC300 is sort of a reusable version of the Armbrust with a larger warhead. It was once supposed to replace the Panzerfaust-3, but never quite got too far in that regard due to budgetary concerns.

Twilight 2000 Notes: This rocket launcher used as an alternative to the APILAS in France and alongside the Armbrust in Germany. The Luxembourg Reconnaissance Platoon also used the AC300 during the Twilight War.

Merc 2000 Notes: This weapon did not sell in Europe, but was bought by Mexico and some Central American countries.

Weapon

Caliber

Weight

Length

Price

AC300 Jupiter

115mm

11 kg

1.2 meters

$1050

Ammunition

Caliber

Weight

Price

HEAT

115mm

3.5 kg

$91

HE

115mm

3.5 kg

$61

HEAT-T

115mm

3.5 kg

$137

HEDP

115mm

3.5 kg

$76

Weapon

Reload

Range

IFR

Round

Damage

Pen

AC300 Jupiter

3

85

Nil

HEAT

C15 B40

108C

 

3

85

Nil

HE

C23 B50

10C

 

3

85

Nil

HEAT-T

C15 B40

86C/108C

 

3

85

Nil

HEDP

C19 B45

59C

Panzerfaust 3

Notes: Current heavy rocket launcher of Germany, the PzF3 uses an overcaliber warhead like the RPG series. The PzF3 can be fired from enclosed spaces and has little visible backblast due to its use of the Davis Countershot Principle. (The backblast is taken up by a mass of plastic rods that are still dangerous to those behind the weapon.)

Weapon

Caliber

Weight

Length

Price

Panzerfaust 3

90, 110, or 125mm (Overcaliber)

9 kg

1.35 meters

$950

Ammunition

Caliber

Weight

Price

HE

90mm Overcaliber

2.96 kg

$48

HEAT

90mm Overcaliber

2.96 kg

$70

ILLUM

90mm Overcaliber

2.96 kg

$48

Smoke

90mm Overcaliber

2.96 kg

$48

HEAT

110mm Overcaliber

3.9 kg

$99

HEAT-T

110mm Overcaliber

3.9 kg

$148

HEDP (BASTEG)

110mm Overcaliber

3.9 kg

$83

HESH

110mm Overcaliber

3.9 kg

$116

HEAT

125mm Overcaliber

4.3 kg

$111

Weapon

Reload

Range

IFR

Round

Damage

Pen

Panzerfaust 3

1

135

Nil

90mm HE

C14 B30

7C

 

1

135

Nil

90mm HEAT

C9 B30

93C

 

1

135

Nil

90mm ILLUM

(B990)

Nil

 

1

135

Nil

90mm Smoke

C2 (B10)

Nil

 

2

115

Nil

110mm HEAT

C14 B35

133C

 

2

115

Nil

110mm HEAT-T

C16 B40

106C/133C

 

2

115

Nil

110mm HEDP

C18 B40

72C

 

2

115

Nil

110mm HESH

C21 B45

106C

 

2

110

Nil

125mm HEAT

C18 B40

152C

Panzerfaust 11-1

Notes: This weapon does not exist in real life.

Twilight 2000 Notes: The German replacement for the older Armbrust, the PzF11-1 is very similar to the latter weapon. However, the rocket is of a larger caliber, and the PzF11-1 can use any sort of US, NATO, Israeli, or French sighting or night vision device.

Weapon

Caliber

Weight

Length

Price

Panzerfaust 11-1

75mm

4 kg (Complete)

900mm

$280

Weapon

Reload

Range

IFR

Round

Damage

Pen

Panzerfaust 11-1

0

130

Nil

HEAT

C7 B25

83C

Panzerfaust 44-2A1 Lanze

Notes: The Germanís first post-WW II attempt at a rocket launcher, the Lanze (Lance) proved to be an effective and successful design, although it eventually became outdated. The Lanze uses the Davis Countershot Principle. It is still very common with reserve forces.

Weapon

Caliber

Weight

Length

Price

Panzerfaust 44-2A1

67mm (Overcaliber)

7.8 kg

880mm (Stowed), 1102mm (Firing)

$900

Ammunition

Caliber

Weight

Price

HE

67mm Overcaliber

2.5 kg

$40

HEAT

67mm Overcaliber

2.5 kg

$59

Weapon

ROF

Reload

Range

IFR

Round

Damage

Pen

Panzerfaust 44-2A1

1

1

70

Nil

HE

C6 B25

3C

 

1

1

70

Nil

HEAT

C4 B20

69C