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| colspan="2" style="text-align: center;" | '''M9 "Bazooka"'''
! colspan=2 | Rocket Launcher, M9 "Bazooka"
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| colspan="2" style="text-align: center;" | Specifications
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| '''Type''' || Rocket Launcher
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| Rocket Launcher
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| '''Caliber''' || 2.36in
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| '''Caliber'''
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| '''Feed System''' || Single Shot
| 2.36 in (60 mm)
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| '''Muzzle Velocity''' || 80m/s
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| Single-shot
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| '''Maximum Effective Range''' || ~275m
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| '''Muzzle velocity'''
 
| 80 m/s
 
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| '''Maximum Effective range'''
 
| ~275 m
 
 
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The M9 Bazooka entered US service in the fall of 1944. Featuring several improvements over the M1, its M6A3 rocket used a shaped HEAT charge that could penetrate as much as 3 inches (76 mm) of armor.  
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Revision as of 11:09, 22 November 2014

In us rpat m9.jpg
M9 "Bazooka"
Specifications
Type Rocket Launcher
Caliber 2.36in
Feed System Single Shot
Muzzle Velocity 80m/s
Maximum Effective Range ~275m

History

The M9 Bazooka entered US service in the fall of 1944. Featuring several improvements over the M1, its M6A3 rocket used a shaped HEAT charge that could penetrate as much as 3 inches (76 mm) of armor.

Game Play







See Also

Infantry Weapons of Battleground Europe

American Weapons

Boys Anti-Tank Rifle · BAR · M1903 Springfield · M1 Garand · M1A1 Thompson · M3A1 Grease Gun · Mk 2 Fragmentation_Grenade · M8 Smoke Grenade · LG 50 mm mortar · M1911 Colt · M9 Bazooka

British Weapons

Boys Anti-Tank Rifle · Bren Mk II LMG · Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk I · M1928 Thompson · sten Mk II · No.36 Mills Bomb · No.77 Smoke Grenade · 2 inch mortar · Webley Pistol · PIAT

French Weapons

Boys Anti-Tank Rifle · FM 1924/29 LMG · Fusil MAS mle 1936 · Fusil MAS mle 1940 · Fusil mle 1886 M93 "Lebel · MAS.38 · Grenade à main offensive modèle 1915 · Grenade fumigène · LG 50 mm mortar · Pistolet mle 1935S · M9 Bazooka

German Weapons

Panzerbüchse 39 · MG-34 · Karabiner 98k· Gewehr 43 · Gewehr 41 · FG42 · STG44 · MP-40 · MP34 · Stielhandgranate 24 · Nebelhandgranate 39 · Granatwerfer 36 · Luger P08 · Panzerschreck 54

Italian Weapons

Beretta Model 38 · Carcano Modello 1891

Universal Weapons

Ammo Resupply Pack · Combat Knife · Satchel Charge