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The B-300 is a reusable man-portable anti-tank weapon system developed by Israeli Military Industries in the late 1970s for use by the Israel Defense Forces. The B-300 can be carried and operated by a single operator and is effective to approximately 400 meters. Pre-packaged munitions and simple operating mechanisms make the weapon quite versatile, permitting use by airborne, motorized, and ground troops alike. When defence publications first heard reports of the B-300 in the early 1980s, various reports stated in error that it was an Israeli improved and manufacture of the Russian RPG-7.

Munitions used by the B-300 are propelled by a solid rocket motor, and can be equipped with one of two warhead variants. The first, high explosive anti-tank round, provides specialized support for anti-tank missions. The second, known as a high explosive follow-through round, is designed for use against fortified targets or enemy units behind cover. A primary charge punches a hole through the protective structure, allowing a secondary anti-personnel charge to pass through and detonate within the building. The B-300 produced during the 1980s and entered service in limited quantities within Israeli Defence Forces SF units.

Further development
The Shoulder-launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon (SMAW) is a shoulder-launched rocket weapon, also designed by Israel Military Industries, with the primary function of being a portable anti-armor rocket launcher. It was introduced to the U.S. armed forces in 1984. It has a maximum range of 500 m against a tank-sized target.

During the late 1990s, IMI introduced the Shipon, an advanced reusable multi-purpose shoulder-launched rocket system consisting of a launch tube and FCS module. The Shipon includes an advanced fire-control system, helping to aim and increasing effective range to 600 meters. The Shipon fires two types of rockets: HEAA Tandem, which penetrates 800 mm of steel armor after explosive reactive armor, and a bunker-buster rocket. The Shipon is in service within Israeli Special Forces units in the IDF and the YAMAM (the elite police counter-terror unit).


- Azerbaijan

- Chile

- Estonia

- India

- Israel

- Mexico

- Singapore

- Sri Lanka

- United States Used under the designation Mk153 SMAW.


-1st and 2nd Intifada

- 2006 Lebanon War

- Gaza War


Israeli Military Industries

82 mm (3.2 in)

3.65 kg (8.0 lb) empty, 8 kg (18 lb) loaded

1.440 m (4 ft 8.7 in)

In Production:

Iron, Telescopic, Night Vision

Effective range:
400 m (1,300 ft)


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