The Panzerfaust 150 was the penultimate panzerfaust from the Panzerfaust series. Introduced in January 1945, the Panzerfaust 150 had a muzzle velocity of 82 m/sec. In april, 100,000 pieces were produced but possibly never used by the troops. The sights had distance settings of 50, 100, 150 and 200 meters. In order to aim the weapon, the sight was folded up and was aimed in line with the projectile at the target. After it was fired, the tube was recycled by placing a new projectile into it and a new percussion system, which was impossible to do on the Panzerfaust 30 Klein, Panzerfaust 30, 60 and 100. The projectile was a 10.5 cm conical shaped charge, filled with 862 grams of Cyclonite/TNT. It also had four tail fins that were opened after firing.