Handheld Anti-Tank Missile Warhead (携行型対戦車ミサイル弾頭 Keikō-gata Taisen-sha Misairu Dantō?) refers to the explosive payload that is used against tanks and can be held in the hand. This article however also encompasses the mechanism of the missile launcher.
The device appears as a metal rod about 30 centimeters long with masses of metal about the size of drink can at its end. Appearing like maracas or old stick grenades, the handheld anti-tank missile warhead are used by pulling the short string at the back ends of the rod, similar to have one uses a party cracker. When launched, they travel for about 10 meters and then ignite, capable of traveling 500 meters while scattering flames. Upon hitting something, it then explodes.