PANZERFAUST 60

 

Steel Tube Hollow Charge War Head Folding Sight Trigger

(Move the mouse along the Panzerfaust 60 to see details.)

The Panzerfaust was the most remarkable anti tank weapon in World War Two. It was designed as throw away after use product. The Panzerfaust was produced in large numbers (Stock in March 1945: ca. 3,000,000).

The Weapon consisted of a 90 cm long and 4 cm in diameter steel tube. On the tube was a primitive folding sight and the trigger. The hollow charge projectile had a diameter of 13 cm and was filled with 13 kg of explosive. The projectile had wings for stabilization during flight.

Versions:

Faustpatrone klein, 30 m Firing distance: 30 m, Armor penetration: 140 mm

Panzerfaust 30 m Firing distance: 30 m, Armor penetration: 200 mm

Panzerfaust 60 Firing distance: 60 m, Armor penetration: 200 mm

 

 

Panzerfaust 60 seen from Top

 

Click on the Panzerfaust to read the firing instruction!

 

 

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