Faustpatrone: The first model with small pointed warhead. Production continued after the introduction of later Panzerfaust versions. Also known as Faustpatrone 1, Faustpatrone klein, Gretchen, and Panzerfaust 30 klein.
Panzerfaust 30: Initial version with large warhead. This and following versions were also known as Faustpatrone gross or Faustpatrone 2.
Panzerfaust 60: Range increased to 60 meters by increasing propellant. Sight and firing mechanism redesigned.
Panzerfaust 100: Range increased to 100 meters with additional propellant. Final version manufactured in any quantity.
Panzerfaust 150: Major redesign with new warhead and two-stage propellant. A small number may have reached combat troops before the end of the war.
Allied Intelligence Reports on Panzerfaust:
New Hollow-Charge Antitank Grenade for Close Combat (T&TT, 10/44)
Germany's Rocket and Recoilless Weapons (IB, 3/45)
German Antitank Weapons (IB, 11/44)
VII-2-7: Small Arms - Antitank Weapons (TM-E 30-451, 3/45)