WW2 German 2.8cm schwere Panzerbuchse 41 (sPzB 41) Shell Casing


Rare Shell casing waffenampt marked, very rare.


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The early phases of World War 2 (1939-1945) indicated a need for armor-stopping products and this inevitably gave rise to anti-armor solutions that ran the gamut of ideas - rifles firing considerably large, armor-piercing rounds, mines developed exclusively with the enemy tank in mind, various bombs that could be attached to the external surfaces of a passing tank, etc... One of these offerings became the German "2.8cm schwere PanzerBuchse 41" (sPzB 41) Anti-Tank Gun (ATG) - though the heavy weapon was classified by the Wehrmacht as an Anti-Tank Rifle (ATR).

This is a shell casing for the gun. These are very rare, if you can find one.