ULTRA RARE German WW2 Panzerblitz 1 Aircraft rocket for Stuka, ME 262 and FW planes. Launched from RAM4 Under Wing Launcher. Overall in great shape, lots of original paint, nice ink stamps. Fully strips. These never surface on the collectors market.
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Panzerblitz is a German anti-tank unguided aerial rocket developed during the Second World War. The missile was based on the R4M Orkan air-to-air rocket used by the Messerschmitt Me 262. It was fitted with either an 80 mm (3.1 in)-diameter standard[clarification needed] warhead, in Panzerblitz I, or a 210 mm (8.3 in)-diameter hollow charge warhead, in the Panzerblitz III. Fw 190 A8 Unterseite Panzerblitz It was intended to be operated by the Henschel Hs 132, which would carry up to eight rockets, complementing or even replacing the cannon armament in the tank-destroying role. The 80mm model was tested extensively in early 1945 from Focke-Wulf Fw 190s, but neither Panzerblitz I nor Panzerblitz III (earmarked exclusively for the Hs 132) were ready for use by the German surrender in May 1945. A panzerblitz rocket pod was in development. It would have been for the Ar-234 C and each pod would have contained 20 Panzerblitz rockets