|Message||Probably the most comprehensive reference on the particular subjects you will ever find. The grenade and laffette sections have been an invaluable tool for my collecting and re-enacting. An amazing piece of work and unbelievably its free.|
|Message||Hi, there !|
Found some grenades here in Finland and preparing an exhibition, so, i needed info. Got everything i was looking for; thank you very much for all the work you did it must have taken you a lot of time to get all this information !
Greetings from icy Finland
|Message||Amazing level of detail; very thorough research indeed. My complments.|
|Message||Sehr geehrte Herren und Damen,|
I'm very happy to have located this ausgezeichnet web site!
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
|Message||great info on the puppchen..but, I need penetration stats, of homogeneous armor @ 30 degrees angle|
|Message||in my oint of view y own you at least one pair of bear´s if sommetime you come to Portugal email me|
and thankx for your job on the site
|Message||Using the information on this site, I was able to do a full restoration of an MG42 Lafette, and even find an original gunner's pouch to display with my collection on the "for sale" page!! Thank you so much for your research and long hours spent studying and photographing original examples of gear to help fellow collections advance their knowledge in the hobby!! Keep up the good work! |
|Message||Excellent website, very informative, always a pleasure to look at.|
All the items I have bought from you have been up to or exceeded expectation and I would recommend dealing with you to anybody anytime.
Just passing through again and thought I'd say "Hi." Ra-35 you sold me is just great. I feel lucky to have gotten such a good example. I've given classes on my 8cm Granatwerfer 34 using the sight and was so pleased to have the sight for my class. It was especially useful in explaining how to initially set up the mortars, positioning them with an aiming circle 31. Thanks again for your kindness. Your effort to supply hard to find information continues to be a boon to all collectors.
|Message||Terrific site. I happen to own one of those Interarms Panzerschrecks, which I obtained in 1978, at Ft Bragg, NC. Still had the shield, and the spare glass pane in its' storage box. The info on this site is priceless!|