Canon Antichar de 75 mm PaK 50(f) Allemand de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale

Canon Antichar de 75 mm PaK 50(f) Allemand de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, 1/76 Conversion de la Maquette Airfix

The L.30 PaK 50 (f) was a marriage between the PaK 38 chassis et an unidentified canon de 75 mm L.29.7 français, possibly le canon de 75 mm Puteaux mounted in Char 2C. The L.30 PaK 50 (f) was notorious for its tremendous recul when A.P.C.R. shells were fired, causing the carriage to jump off the ground, et requiring that the gun be aimed again after each shot. The weapon was only issued to penal units allemandes et Axis allies on the Eastern Front. A model of the PaK 40 may be easily converted pour représenter cet arme. Shorten the barrel of the PaK 40, leaving just 10 mm of barrel beyond le fin de la rampe de recul. Le PaK 50 (f) n'avait pas de frein de bouche. The Panzerjägerkanone 50 shown here has been converted from an Airfix PaK 40. The captured Kettenschlepper Bren (e) tractor is a 1/72 scale paper model painted dans un camouflage de deux couleurs de la Wehrmacht.

Maquettes disponibles

Spécifications Techniques

  • Designation: 75 mm PaK 50 (f)
  • Barrel: canon de 75 mm L.29.7 Puteaux français
  • Carriage: Lower Carriage of the PaK 38
  • Calibre: 75 mm
  • Longueur du tube: L.30
  • Pénétration de blindage a 0-100 m:
    • A.P. (f) 73 mm
    • Panzergranate 40 (A.P.C.R.) 107 mm

Bibliographie

Déploiement Historique

  • Penal Units of the Wehrmacht, Eastern Front 1941–1945
  • Axis Allies of the Wehrmacht, Eastern Front 1941–1945

The 75 mm Pak 50 (f) is available as a 1/72 scale model kit manufactured by Attack. Existing canons antichar de 75 mm Pak 40 are easily converted to Pak 50 (f), because les deux canons used a similar carriage.

Questions Fréquents

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Figurines et Maquettes Allemandes de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale