ok i dont know why he said waffen ss but thats what the title where but i guess it could be heer or... well that is the other thing i can think of i was ready from the start to hear that it wasnt wss but i do think its some other branch
and 150$ for an m43 of any branch is a decent price right?
12-27-2015 07:35 PM
You did......... its still a post war cap no matter how much you try and convince otherwise. Happy new year
by DS pzkpfwIII
When you're wounded and left of Afghanistan's plains,
An' the women come out to cut up what remains,
Jest roll to your rifle an' blow out your brains,
An' go to your Gawd like a soldier." - Rudyard Kipling
Great pain. The balderdash that goes with most descriptions of items for sale can easily be discounted.
The FRG Bundeswehr did not use field grey as a base color of its uniforms in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Austrians, however, have sort of retained it.
The Baschlikmuetze of this type was widely used in a variety of central European nations in the 20th century, and earlier, to be sure.
Field grey sort of BH pilots near the Ballhausplatz and chancellery in Wien on the national holiday.
US made Blackhawk helicopter, too.
Caps made for the Bw and the BH are of far, far superior quality to this item, which, I think, is one of the thousands and thousands of fakes that burble up from countless
militaria holes in today's landscape, like the La Brea tar pits, in Los Angeles, California, USA, North America.
This is a 1960s Bundesgrenzschutz field cap made in Berlin, West of excellent quality ....
Here is a mountain troops general of the FRG Bw with a modern mountain cap, which is usually gabardine....and a grey devoid of any field grey, at all.....
a real field cap of later make for sale at a real price.
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