Sockellafetten Sk-L

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by 20P7 » 20 Jun 2008 07:17

Hello Jos,

this is a nice photo, but are you sure about the location?

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by AvB » 20 Jun 2008 10:05

Looks very much like Yport, camouflage type and structure of the front.

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by jopaerya » 20 Jun 2008 18:05

Hello Daniel and Arthur

I am not 100% sure but as Arthur said the camouflage and the laying of the bunker looks very
much like Yport and this was also one of the H.K.B. with the gun allready placed in the 679 .

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by jopaerya » 25 Oct 2008 18:44

Hello

Look to me a 7.5 cm Kw.K. L/24 in a Sk-L according to the photo in Breslau .

Photo = Atlantikwall Forum

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by jopaerya » 03 Jan 2009 10:29

Hello All

Found this armor shield on the Sk.L IV has a name the F.Pz.K.2350 .

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by Lars Bertelsen » 04 Jan 2009 06:35

Hello Jos

A very interesting list. Seems to be a cylindrical shield for the SK-L IV, just like F.Pz.K.2351 (SK-L VI), F.Pz.K.2353 (SK-L VIII), F.Pz.K.2354 (SK-L I) and F.Pz.K.2356 (Regelbau 694).
But there is no standard bunker for a SK-L IV with a Gürtelpanzer. Maybe this type was never designed?
Makes me think of the Guernseystand, but I think that this is something different.

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by 20P7 » 04 Jan 2009 12:46

Hello Jos, hello Lars,

the F.Pz.K. 2350 is the new name for the 878P7 designed in 1943 according to the "Suchliste für Nachtrag zum Panzer-Atlas 1". The development was finished at that time, but the FPzK 2350 was not deliverable.

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by jopaerya » 04 Jan 2009 18:28

Thanks Lars and Daniel

Always good to compare our notes , this is what I have any additions is welcome

Gürtelpanzer fur Regelbau 670/671--- 878P7-- F.Pz.K. 2350
Gürtelpanzer fur Regelbau 678/679--- 879P7-- F.Pz.K. 2351
Gürtelpanzer fur Regelbau 689/690------------- F.Pz.K. 2353
Gürtelpanzer fur Regelbau 704------------------- F.Pz.K. 2354
Gürtelpanzer fur Regelbau 694------------------- F.Pz.K. 2356
Gürtelpanzer fur Regelbau 688------------------- F.Pz.K. 2357
Gürtelpanzer fur Regelbau 692------------------- F.Pz.K. 2361

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by nuyt » 04 Jan 2009 19:30

Hi
Is there any more info on the Sockel for the 10,5 cm K 335 (h)?

mittl. Sockellafette IV 16 to für 10,5 cm K 331 (f)and K 338 (i), 10,5 cm K 332 (f), 10,5 cm K 335 (h)

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by Lars Bertelsen » 04 Jan 2009 22:17

Hello Jos and Daniel

Thanks for info. Could seem that the common angular shield for the SK-L IV was just a cheap Behelfslösung used instead of the expensive Gürtelpanzer for guns in Regelbau 649-650-670-671.

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by jopaerya » 05 Jan 2009 16:43

Sounds logic or maybe the angular shield has a other number ( :lol: Joking :D )

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by jopaerya » 30 Aug 2009 11:29

Hello

Here a photo and a drawing of the concreteblock for the SL-L IIa with a 8.8 cm PaK 43/3 ( Jagdpanther )

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P.S. Thanks to Martijn for the picture from Forum Panzer Archive
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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by Lars Bertelsen » 31 Aug 2009 22:01

Thanks for sharing Jos.
A bit odd-looking with that short gun. Maybe the paper wasn’t big enough for the whole barrel :-)

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by Lars Bertelsen » 01 Sep 2009 19:20

4,5 cm Pak 184 (r) in Sockellafette

Hello

Here is another one (from Alain Chazette’s Album Memorial Atlantikwall).
A 4,5 cm Pak 184 (r) in a rather special Sockellafette.

Anybody who can identify this type of Sockel?
(Maybe an unique one? )

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Re: Sockellafetten Sk-L

Post by jopaerya » 01 Sep 2009 19:27

Hi Lars

Could you place the drawing or the pagenumber please ??

Regards Jos

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