SADJ Identification Series: The RPG ID Guide
Not shown: Recently videos on Internet sharing sites have shown an odd looking launcher- it appears to be a grenade launcher tube underneath and AK47 variant. There is what appears to be a PG-7 grenade sticking out of the tube, and the operator launches it from the weapon. Obviously, since the RPG-7 round is a recoilless rifle, if it really was a PG-7 type round, the operator would be incinerated. More likely, from the apparent dust disturbance at launch, the PG-7 round has been altered to simply use the rocket assist motor to launch the grenade, so the range would be drastically reduced. We have no photos, just observation of the Iranian forces promotional videos online.
We did not have a picture available, but the Pakistan Ordnance Factories have been manufacturing an RPG-7 of the Russian style for many years. Their production of the ammunition for the RPG-7 is more well known.
Poland has manufactured some RPG-7s but we have not located any examples, and get conflicting reports from manufacturers and arms experts in Poland as to what the extent of the manufacturing was. In any event, the ones discussed had the “Works 11” markings.