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 Post subject: Panzerschreck RPzB 54
PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2005 16:10 pm 
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Hi Guys,

am looking to get a schreck, and possibly makes some ammo crates etc for it as well,

is there any repro ones out there to be had? or am i going to have to get my research hat on and try and make one for myself?

any help appreciated.

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You can get repro dummy Panzerschreck rounds here http://alleramilitaria.ieasysite.com/aweb_site_013.htm
you will find an excellent article on scratch building a panzerschreck here
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... ck&start=0
If i find any other links to makeing a panzerschreck I will up date this thread


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i am getting an origional ammo crate hopefully if the guy gets back to me and will take measurements if you want if not origionals are quite common to come buy i also have and origional winter round for one if you want measurements on that is the schreck your getting origional? and the short 2nd model??

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Ok cheers for the links Harold much appreciated, and reidmuller if you could take some measurements it would be greatly appreciated, how much do original crates tend to be approx. or should i say how much should i be looking to pay (we all want to find these bargains)

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well i wouldent pay more than £60 for the crate but they can be found for half that with no stickers and all batterd

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I built this one in the spring 05, all steel construction complete with wired up firing trigger. It's not perfect and it was quite hard to get all the dimensions correct and some details were impossible to find at the time of construction, It's now part of AFRA's inventory.

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Hi,

Bought one off a trader at Beltring in 05, wired upready to fire blanks charges etc looks the part and works well, cant remembr his name though well worth the £150 he charged.

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Wouldnt mind the measurements for the ammo crate when you get them as im looking to knocking up a couple of crates of our schreck.

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Have some details at work...

Don't go back until Monday.... only 3 weeks off......

post them then....

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Jon the guy still hasent got back to me so im takeing it as he dosent wasnt to sell it or has sold it for more here is one on ebay i missed http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... RK:MEWA:IT

if you still want the rocket sizes i will dig it out and measure it for you

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Hope its of use...

A bit of www cut n paste..... :wink:

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Hiya, There seems to be quite a few replica Panzerschrecks for sale at the moment, round the £200.00 mark, saw quite a few at detling, and at Beltring, mainly from European dealers, and they were really good!! I bought one myself, i'll see if i can get a pic on the forum. If your going to Stoneleigh on the 29th, wouldn't surprise me if their was a few replicas their??


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heres mine the measurements are
tail to tip 65cm's
the biggest bit at the frount is 28cm's round as is the or as you geussed 8.8cm's across :wink:
the end ring is 5cm's long
the long tube in the middle is 28cm's long from the tail section to the start of the incline at the frount and is 13cm's thick
the thickest part at the frount in the middle is 8cm's long
i hope you understand my measurements :D
i have included a pic of it next to an 8.8 round for comparisan

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it wouldent fit so here it is

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here is a shield for sale

www. northridgeinc.com

Panzerschreck Shield (Without Glass)
German WWII $250.00 SN-607

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Finally - I found some photos of some reproduction boxes made by the good people at Corbiere, Jersey - sorry I don't think these ones are for sale!

The circle means the boxes must be kept closed. You often see the same symbol on bunker doors.

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There are more photos here:

http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=78981&start=60

Best regards, Simon.

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