The Panzerfaust 100 was the final version of the Panzerfaust family produced in quantity, which started in November 1944 and ended at the close of WW2. It had a nominal maximum range of 100 m. 190 g of propellant launched the warhead at 60 m/sec from a 6 cm diameter tube. The sight had holes for 30, 60, and 100 m, and had luminous paint on them to make counting up to the correct one easier in the dark (not ingame). This version weighed 6 kg and could penetrate 220 mm of armor. The Brandfaust is a specialized variant based on the Panzerfaust 100.
Unless otherwise stated the rifle accompanied for the germans is the Mauser 98K and Mosin Nagant M91-30 carbine for Soviets with the captured Panzerfaust.