1940 to 1945
horizontal sliding block, percussion fired
-5° to +45°
Rate of fire:
30 rounds per minute
2.8 cm s PzB 41
2.8 cm KwK
The 2.8 cm s PzB 41 (2.8 cm Schwere Panzerbüchse 41)
was an anti-tank gun designed by
, based on the cone bore principal, which was first
patented in 1903 by Karl Puff. Mauser
also designed a variant to be mounted on vehicles. This was
cm KwK 42
. However, it was never used. The original variant
2.8 cm s PzB 41 was mounted on
Alte leichte Schützenpanzerwagen schwerer
Panzerbüchse 41, Sd.Kfz.
(MG) Leichte Panzerspähwagen
German Artillery in World War II. 1939-1945.
German Artillery of World War Two.
German infantry weapons of World War II.
German Small Arms of World War II.
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