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| '''Type''' || Rocket Launcher
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| Rocket Launcher
| '''Caliber''' || 88mm
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| '''Caliber'''
| '''Feed System''' || Single Shot
| 88 mm
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| '''Muzzle Velocity''' || 105m/s
| '''Feed system'''
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| Single-shot
| '''Maximum Effective Range''' || 150m
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| '''Muzzle velocity'''
| '''Ammo''' || RPzB.Gr 4322
| 105 m/s  
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| '''Maximum Effective range'''
| 150 m
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| RPzB.Gr 4322
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This shoulder-fired anti-tank rocket launcher was created in reaction to the US M1A1 Bazooka. It was nicknamed the "''Ofenrohr''" ("Stovepipe") for its appearance, but "''Panzerschreck''" ("Tank Horror") for what it did to targets. Using a heavy 88mm rocket with a shaped HEAT charge, it could penetrate more than 8 inches of armor in optimal conditions.
=History=


In game, this weapon fires the ''Raketenpanzerbüchsen-Granate'' (RPzB.Gr) 4322
This shoulder-fired anti-tank rocket launcher was created in reaction to the US M1A1 Bazooka. It was nicknamed the "Ofenrohr" ("Stovepipe") for its appearance, but "Panzerschreck" ("Tank Horror") for what it did to targets. Using a heavy 88mm rocket with a shaped HEAT charge, it could penetrate more than 8 inches of armor in optimal conditions.
 
In game, this weapon fires the Raketenpanzerbüchsen-Granate (RPzB.Gr) 4322  
 
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Revision as of 09:59, 22 November 2014

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Raketenpanzerbüchse 54
Specifications
Type Rocket Launcher
Caliber 88mm
Feed System Single Shot
Muzzle Velocity 105m/s
Maximum Effective Range 150m
Ammo RPzB.Gr 4322

History

This shoulder-fired anti-tank rocket launcher was created in reaction to the US M1A1 Bazooka. It was nicknamed the "Ofenrohr" ("Stovepipe") for its appearance, but "Panzerschreck" ("Tank Horror") for what it did to targets. Using a heavy 88mm rocket with a shaped HEAT charge, it could penetrate more than 8 inches of armor in optimal conditions.

In game, this weapon fires the Raketenpanzerbüchsen-Granate (RPzB.Gr) 4322

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