Despite having 2 different 14.5mm Anti-Tank Rifles (The PTRD and the PTRS), the Red Army in WWII seems never to have developed a "close quarters" Anti-Tank Weapon like the German Panzerfaust/Panzerschrek, the American Bazooka, or even the British PIAT gun. The only thing remotely equivalent to these would seem to have been the "Molotov Cocktail". Was there a reason for this? Or did I just miss something?
(I know about the "Tank Dogs" ; but I'm referring to Anti-Tank "Projectiles".)