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New: Sd.Kfz 251/7C Pionierwagen with panzerbüchse 41

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The new Pionierwagen model features the distinctive bridge ramps as well as special stowage pieces and the top-mounted anti-tank gun.

This new armoured transport is perfect to back up your German Pioniers, so scroll down to see our Special Offer!


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The Sd.Kfz 251/7 Ausf C half-tracked engineer’s vehicle was more commonly known as the Pionierwagen. It was a very useful vehicle for the assault engineers of the German Army, seeing service on all fronts, from the vast open areas of the Russian Front to the rubble-choked streets of Berlin in 1945.


Based on the classic Sd.Kfz 251 Hanomag half-track, the Pionierwagen was heavily modified by the elite German assault engineers to carry both themselves and their specialist equipment into action.


Arguably the most striking features of the Pionierwagen were the two detachable assault bridge ramps carried along the top of the crew compartment. These could quickly be removed and placed to span ditches, broken bridges or other similar obstacles. Side lockers would carry inflatable boats for river crossings.


Early versions of the Pionierwagen could be seen to mount the 3.7mm PaK 36 anti-tank gun instead of the forward machine gun but, as the war progressed, these became less effective and would be replaced by the Panzerbüchse 41 squeeze-bore gun, giving it a realistic chance against Allied armour.

This Pionierwagen is a great way to get your assault engineers into action safely. First in! Last out!

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Special Offer!


The Pionierwagen is an ideal match for the German Pioniers plastic and metal boxed set, so we’ve put together a special deal – buy the Pionierwagen and Pioniers together and get a German Motorcycle for free!




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You can field the Pioniers boxed set during the Blitzkrieg years or during the colossal conflict on the Eastern Front. Rules for regular Pionier squads are in the Armies of Germany supplement whilst rules for using them as Sturmpioniers can be found on our free Additional Units PDF.