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Red Army anti-tank rifleman.-Red Army rifleman.-Soviet Tank Crewman

Red Army anti-tank rifleman.-Red Army rifleman.-Soviet Tank Crewman

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FINNISH ARMY 1918 - 1945: AT-RIFLES PART 2

FINNISH ARMY 1918 - 1945: AT-RIFLES PART 2

PTRD-41 anti tank rifles comp. Soviet antitank rifle. IN the 1940 the Soviet army was without an antitank rile, at a time when practicality every other nation w

PTRD-41 anti tank rifles comp. Soviet antitank rifle. IN the 1940 the Soviet army was without an antitank rile, at a time when practicality every other nation w

A German soldier collects Russian PTRD-41 (Protivotankovoye ruzhyo Degtyaryova, "Degtyaryov Antitank rifle") rifles after the end of battle. The PTRD-41 was a produced and used from early 1941 by the Red Army. It was a single-shot weapon which fired a 14.5x114mm round. Although unable to penetrate the frontal armor of German tanks, it could pierce the thinner sides of early-war German tanks as well as thinly armored self-propelled guns and enemy bunkers. (July-August 1943)

A German soldier collects Russian PTRD-41 (Protivotankovoye ruzhyo Degtyaryova, "Degtyaryov Antitank rifle") rifles after the end of battle. The PTRD-41 was a produced and used from early 1941 by the Red Army. It was a single-shot weapon which fired a 14.5x114mm round. Although unable to penetrate the frontal armor of German tanks, it could pierce the thinner sides of early-war German tanks as well as thinly armored self-propelled guns and enemy bunkers. (July-August 1943)

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