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28cm Rocket launcher by Dru-Zod 28cm Rocket launcher by Dru-Zod
After the fall of France in World War 2,the German military captured a lot of French equipment. One of the vehicles used by The Germans was the U.E. cargo carrier. This version was modified to carry a rocket launcher.
I used the Tamiya kit,with the rocket launcher parts from RPM.
1/35 scale.
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oldspaceguy Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very nice... An extremely small tank with unique hatch covers. Looks like you got the color right, and just the right level of weathering, which is easily overdone. I like how the rockets look like they sat on the ground and got filthy before being loaded. Thumbs up from me, and I've been building for 50 years!
Tim
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:icondru-zod:
Thanks Tim. :)
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:iconlone-1:
some rockets
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:iconlone-1:
look like bombs. any chance they are rocket propelled bombs?
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:iconwolfenkrieger:
This one was nicknamed "Stuka zu Fuss" ,
Stuka on Foot / Walking Stuka.
Wurfrahmen 40 / launch frame 40
Was a weapon system consisted of a framework with adjustable base plates fitted over and alongside a vehicle which could hold 300 mm high explosive (HE) rockets; 280 mm HE and 320 mm incendiary rockets
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:iconlone-1:
oooo incendiary rockets. niiiiice
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:icondru-zod:
They had tow types used on that type of launcher. 28cm,or 32 cm. They were called nebelwerfer. A short range explosive rocket. They were not real accurate back then. They gave off a terrible sound when in flight.

The Soviets used rocket batteries as well.
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daniellandrom May 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
kyatushas! yeaaah!!!
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:iconwolfenkrieger:
This one was nicknamed "Stuka zu Fuss" ,
Stuka on Foot / Walking Stuka.
Wurfrahmen 40 / launch frame 40
Was a weapon system consisted of a framework with adjustable base plates fitted over and alongside a vehicle which could hold 300 mm high explosive (HE) rockets; 280 mm HE and 320 mm incendiary rockets
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