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Panzerfaust 60 m

Article about: Had this one for a while. It's got a lot of paint left, some surface rust throughout but all solid --- the stenciled Warning labels still shows all over the tube, although a bit faint in pla

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    In this time.....i prefer to have such material, it's legal and I have the bill !
    The best Militaria forum in France is here :

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    Quote by MAP View Post
    Yes, this is correct. But when fired the tail fine should have exited the tube along with the war head.
    Mine was never fired though, it even has the safety pin still intact. I guess the warhead was simply removed/possibly never mounted leaving only the tail fin part. Learned a few new things today!

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    Quote by lebus12 View Post
    In this time.....i prefer to have such material, it's legal and I have the bill !
    Very true --- how are the rules in France with regards to deact ammo such as this?

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