Often when I go to a local gunshow, insignia meeting, flea market or a swap meet, the question always arises at least once and that question is, "But, is it a repro?" How can one buy an item supposedly from World War Two or any war and know it is genuine and made when it was supposed to have been created. What recourse does a buyer have about returning the questionable item and getting their money back? If someone copies music or motion pictures, they violate copyright infringement, they often sue the person who made CDs, DVDs, films, etc., get awarded money for their losses, but some forger makes badges, banners, flags, guidons, insignia, medals, uniforms, etc., so they are not victims and do not deserve to get justice too? Reproductions are okay is sold as such and used by re-enactors to re-enact military battles, campaigns, wars, etc., or want to have a space filler for their display marked "COPY" or "REPRODUCTION" on the piece, like they do with medals for collectors that bear a marking letting the viewer know it is not meant to fool anyone. Anyone who knows they have a 100% complete collection with no REPROS in it, raise your hand!