The RPG-28 Klyukva (Клюква, cranberry in English) is a Russian rocket launcher.
The RPG-28 was unveiled in 2007 at IDEX Abu Dhabi by Bazalt as a modern anti-tank rocket launcher designed to defeat modern and future tanks with advanced reactive and composite armou as well as fortified infantry. Production began in 2008 and it was officially adopted in 2011.
The RPG-28 looks similar to the RPG-27 in that they are both single-shot launchers, but the RPG-28 uses a larger warhead.
The RPG-28 uses the PG-28 round, a 125mm shaped warhead. The round has a stated penetration capability in excess of 1000 millimeters (39.4 inches) of rolled homogenous armor (after explosive reactive armor) and 3000 millimeters (118.1 inches) of brick.
- RMG (Reaktivnaya Mnogotselevaya Granata)
A smaller variant of the RPG-28 with a tandem warhead optimized to defeat light vehicles and infantry.