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TypeRocket-propelled grenade launcher
Place of originUnited States of America
Service history
In service2017-present
Production history
DesignerAirTronic USA
ManufacturerAirTronic USA

The PSRL-1 (RPG-7USA)[1][2][3] is an unlicensed modified American clone of Soviet/Russian RPG-7 shoulder-fired rocket-propelled grenade launcher developed by AirTronic USA.


The first confirmed sales were made to the Ukrainian military in 2017. Currently the US PSRL-1 rpg is manufactured for export only, or for allies who are used to using Soviet-style weapons.[4]

PSRL-1 was adopted by Philippine Army and Peruvian Army.[5][6][7]


The PSRL-1 is compatible with all Soviet RPG-7 rockets.[8]

Weight: 6,6 kg

Length: 915mm

Scope: PSRL 3.5 X 24mm

Effective range: 800 m - 1000m



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  2. ^ "AirTronic USA - AirTronic PSRL-1 USA".
  3. ^ "Data" (PDF).
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  5. ^ National Guard receives 500 U.S.-made grenade launchers (Photo), UNIAN (17 May 2018)
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  8. ^ "AirTronic PSRL-1 (RPG-7USA) Anti-Armor / Anti-Personnel Shoulder-Fired Rocket Launcher - United States".
  9. ^ @DFRLab (2018-01-09). "American Lethal Weapons Could Already Be on the Ukrainian Front Line". Medium. Retrieved 2018-01-10.