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Panzerschreck firing position

Article about: Hi all, I started this thread as an aside to my other thread about the Panzerschreck rocket connector found here: http://warrelics.eu/forum/ordinance-...onnector-8074/ I figured I'd go direc

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    Default Panzerschreck firing position

    Hi all,
    I started this thread as an aside to my other thread about the Panzerschreck rocket connector found here:

    http://warrelics.eu/forum/ordinance-...onnector-8074/

    I figured I'd go directly to the folks who are doing the bull work of digging all this neat stuff up for the rest of us to see and sometimes buy.
    Also, how about posting pictures of these positions for anyone interesrted, like me, to see and also pictures of the places where you actually found a Panzerschreck or rocket.
    Attached is a representation of a picture from the ullstein picture site which shows a firing position in use AND a discarded rocket connector that I hope someday you folks will find. The site is here:

    http://www.ullsteinbild.de./photodat...w/00281715.jpg

    Thanks, and Good Digging !!!
    Regards,
    BillClick image for larger version. 

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    Got a reply to my question on another form. Please see my post on the war relics' Ordnance and ammo thread for the URL if you're interested.
    Bill

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