The RPG-7 is a shoulder-launched, anti-tank rocket-propelled grenade launcher. Weighing at 7 kilos (~15 pounds), it fires a non-homing grenade before it has to be reloaded manually. Has an attachable scope for engaging far range targets.
The M79 is a single-shot grenade launcher designed by Springfield Armory. Because of its distinctive report, it has earned the nicknames of “Thumper”, “Thump-Gun”, “Bloop Tube”, and “Blooper” among American soldiers.
The China Lake is a 3-rounds, pump-action grenade launcher manufactured by China Lake Naval Weapons Center in response to the shortcomings faced with the cumbersome M79.
The MGL (Multiple Grenade Launcher) is a 6-rounder, intended to significantly increase a small squad’s firepower when compared to traditional single-shot grenade launchers like the M203. It is designed to be simple, rugged, and reliable.
The PAW-20 is a hand-held, semi-automatic grenade launcher that fires a 20 mm point detonating round. It holds up to seven rounds in a conventional box magazine, with an effective range of 300–400 meters.
It was designed mainly as an anti-personnel grenade launcher for use against opposition closely grouped together or behind light cover.
Loaded with .50 BMG, this futuristic railgun is inspired by Barrett’s design. While firing one round alone is sufficient to take down most targets, utilizing the scope charges the shot which further enhances its penetration ability.
Enemies killed suffer a disintegration effect by hovering in the air for several seconds before evaporating.