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Gas Mask Can...Fake Camo?

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    Default Gas Mask Can...Fake Camo?

    Hi Guys,

    I'm guessing, that this is fake paint on this can?
    The can itself is original "mka 44" ...

    Cheers,
    Fabe
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    Yes, becaause you can see rust and on the rust, the camo paint. The little strap is missing. Something found in bad condition with a little painting to sell...

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    Looks to be a postwar paint job, the colours look a bit brighter than what you would expect.

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    Thanks guys - I'm REALLY staying away from camo stuff...there are just too many fakes.

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    Quote by Fabe View Post
    Thanks guys - I'm REALLY staying away from camo stuff...there are just too many fakes.
    Yup, camo can be a nightmare!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    however, I did just get this for 15 dollars...:

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    I don't necessarily agree guys. I cant see paint where the paint have peeled off. I can see small bubbles under the original paint as well as on the camo. The fact that the color is clear looking does not mean much. Especially at the bottom rolled edge it looks, to me anyway, to have peeled of naturally/from use and is consistent with the upper wear marks. Try and look at both the feldgrau and the camo sections. There are "bubbles" in both areas. Just like on an old car.

    Regards, Lars

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