Infantry Anti-Tank Weapons

Current items Future items
Number Name Number Name
1 Leuchtpistole als Nahkampfwaffe - -
2 Pistole Gerloff - -
3 Gewehrgranatgerät - -
4 Granatbüchse 39 1 One weapon1
5 Panzerbüchse 41
6 Panzerschreck
7 Püppchen
8 Faustpatrone, klein
9 Faustpatrone, groß
10 Hafthohlladung - -
11 Pz. Hd. Gr. - -
12 Panzerwurfmine - -

Anti-Tank Guns

Current items Future items
Number Name Number Name
Towed Anti-Tank Guns
1 3,7 cm Pak - -
2 5 cm Pak 382 - -
3 7,5 cm Pak 40 1 7,5 cm Pak 403
4 7,5 cm Pak 97/38 - -
5 7,62 cm Pak 36 - -
6 8,8 cm Pak 43/414 - -
Tank Destroyers
7 Panzerjäger I - -
8 Marder II (75 mm) - -
9 Marder 38T - 5
10 7,5 cm Pak 40/4 auf RSO - 6
11 Marder I - -
12 Marder III (76.2 mm) - -
13 Marder II (76.2 mm) - -
14 7,5 cm Pak 44 Auf 3 to Zgkw7 - -
15 Nashorn 1 8,8 cm Pak 43 Sf (Waffenträger)8
16 Grille - 9

Notes

  1. It was suggested that a single close-combat anti-tank weapon was developled. The weapon should be a one-man weapon, with an armor penetration capability of 150 to 200 mm, a range of 150 to 400, similar to the Panzerwurfkörper 42 L P. Back
  2. 5 cm Pak 38 were at the time being re-bored to 75 mm. Back
  3. The towed 7,5 cm Pak 40 was to be replaced by the Jagdpanzer 38, at the time still listed as an assault gun. Limited production was to continue for use in fortifications. Back
  4. 8,8 cm Pak 43/41 were at the time being converted to two-axeled mounts. The towed 8,8 cm Pak 43/41 was to be replaced by the Waffenträger. Back
  5. To be replaced by the Jagdpanzer 38. Back
  6. To be replaced by the Jagdpanzer 38. Back
  7. Development had been ordered by Hitler to cease. Back
  8. A furher 500 Nashorns should be produced before production switched to the Waffenträger. Back
  9. Production was already to cease in June 1944. Back

Sources

  1. Studie über Rüstung 1944. Berlin : Oberkommando des Heeres, 1944. 132 p. OKH Abt. III/Gruppe Planung Nr. I/013 472/44 g.Kdos. NARA T78 R624.