Used as an anti-tank rifle in WWII, the PzB 39 was an improvement from the PzB 38, which was an increase in length and a decrease in weight. Performance was basically the same. However, by the end of the war, the rifle was rendered inadequate as it was only effective against the lightest of armored vehicles.
This particular PzB 39 is in great condition. It was quite a wonderful experience to be able to see one up close as this particular anti-tank rifle as it is rather rare to get your hands on. I’ll try to get some more pictures soon.
Also pictured: Nikko, one of the friendliest dogs I’ve ever met.