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185 GBP /  $240 USD  /  215 Euros + (Price includes VAT)

WWII German Panzerfaust 60

 
 
               
 
               

 

 

WWII German Panzerfaust replica 60m

Made in Germany.  Panzerfaust 60mm made from all metal with Lift up sight.

Authentic markings in German like the original. 

Good condition,  a few very minor scuff marks.

Weight 4.1Kg

Ideal as TV/Film prop, Re-enacting or a WWII show piece

We ship internationally. Please ask:  sales@mg-props.co.uk

Brief info on the Panzerfaust

The Panzerfaust 60 was an evolution of the Panzerfaust (meaning "Tank Fist" or "Armor Fist") disposable anti-tank rocket launcher developed for German infantry of World War 2 (1939-1945). It became a mid-level development of the "Panzerfaust 30" and longer-ranged "Panzerfaust 100". The "60" in the Panzerfaust 60's designation indeed depicted the effective engagement range that the weapon had been designed for - this naming convention proving common practice for all of the rocket-launching weapons in the Panzerfaust family. As its core, the Panzerfaust was the rather simple, single-minded anti-armor weapon system - of particular value to German and Axis infantrymen by the end of World War 2 amid encircling Allied armored forces. Service entry came in 1943 and production ran into 1945 - the last year of the war.

The Panzerfaust 60 differed only slightly from the Panzerfaust 30 model as it utilized the larger 150mm projectile warhead. Additionally, the diameter of the launch tube was slightly increased and aiming was through a refined flip-up sighting device over the weapon's body. Engineers also addressed trigger issues encountered from earlier Panzerfaust forms. Overall, its form and function remained largely similar to the earlier design, using the same projectile body but with a greater effective range and higher muzzle velocity - therefore increased penetration values. The Panzerfaust 60 itself was succeeded by the longer range "Panzerfaust 100" in time when the need required it and the production numbers allowed it. The Panzerfaust line was created with mass production in mind - taking into account German war industry strains by late in the war - and were thus cheap to produce in quantity and easy to operate. Even the German home guard units were trained on the type.

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