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M41D SPNKr

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This article is about the M41 SPNKr in Halo Infinite. For the variants of the M41 SPNKr, see M41 SPNKr.
M41D SPNKr
A transparent crop of the M41D SPNKr in-game model. Courtesy of User:BaconShelf.
Production overview

Manufacturer:

Misriah Armory[1]

Model series:

M41 SPNKr

Type:

Surface-to-surface rocket launcher

Variants:

M41 Tracker

Specifications

Length:

141 centimetres (55.4 in)[1]

Ammunition type:

M19 102mm surface-to-surface missile[1]

Feed system:

2-rocket disposable tube assembly

Rate of fire:

Semi-automatic[1]

Service history

In service:

Post-Covenant War conflicts[2]

 
Heavy firepower never goes out of style, and the classic M41 SPNKr remains the go-to for infantry-portable anti-tank and anti-fortification roles. It can fire two high explosive rockets before needing to be reloaded.[3]

The M41D Surface-to-Surface Rocket Medium Anti-Vehicle / Assault Weapon (M41D SSR MAV/AW or M41D SPNKr) is a variant of the M41 SPNKr and a heavy ordnance weapon manufactured by Misriah Armory.[1]

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Design details[edit]

Main article: M41 SPNKR

The M41D SPNKr is a variant of the standard M41 SPNKr. The M41D possesses no magnification optics.[1][2]

Usage[edit]

M41D rocket launchers were employed by the United Nations Space Command during the Battle for Zeta Halo.[1][2]

Variants[edit]

  • M41 Tracker: A modified variant of the M41D with increased lock-on capability.[4]

In-game information[edit]

Better known as the SPNKr, the M41 SSR MAV/AW is a twin-tube, shoulder-mounted launcher that fires explosive rockets.[5][6]
Main article: Rocket Launcher

The M41D SPNKr appears in Halo Infinite as the game's iteration of the Rocket Launcher, though unlike previous titles it is simply known as the "M41 SPNKr". It is a power weapon, which fires slow-moving rockets that deal an incredible amount of damage upon detonation, with a wide area of effect. The Rocket Launcher is one of the most powerful weapons in the game, and to compensate, it has a small magazine size, slow reload speed and ammo is generally very rare.

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Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Halo Encyclopedia (2022 edition), page 176
  2. ^ a b c Halo Infinite, gameplay
  3. ^ Halo Infinite, Forge - M41 Rocket Launcher description: "Heavy firepower never goes out of style, and the classic M41 SPNKr remains the go-to for infantry-portable anti-tank and anti-fortification roles. It can fire two high explosive rockets before needing to be reloaded."
  4. ^ Halo Infinite, Forge - M41 Tracker description: "Modified M41 SPNKr with increased lock-on capability."
  5. ^ Halo Infinite, Weapons Bench description
  6. ^ Halo Infinite, Academy - Weapon Drills - M41 SPNKr description