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High Quailty Repro A-Frame?!

Article about: Hi Please have a look to this assault frame,Is it a great repro one? PS. there are "D& C" markers on every buckles.thanks

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    Default High Quailty Repro A-Frame?!

    Hi
    Please have a look to this assault frame,Is it a great repro one?
    PS. there are "D& C" markers on every buckles.thanks
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    Is there anyone can help me identify it?thanks a lot.

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    Hi Kevin, going by the webbing, this is a Czech made fake.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi Ade
    Nice to see you again.Thanks a lot for letting me know it's fake
    Does it worth more than the well made modern repro. one?thanks again.

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    Hi Kevin, please just don't take my word alone.

    Sometimes they lack the stiffening material in between the webbing.

    I have one original in my collection.

    These items are well faked and have been for a few years now. Sometimes the hardware is actually original but taken from scrap tornister packs etc. You can see a fake ( sold as such) here

    http://www.1944militaria.com/a_frame.jpg

    Even a fake costs £60 or about $100.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi Ade
    Thanks for your kind reminding.I got this frame with the bag shows below,If might be the fake one too!!!
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    Hello,
    I confirm what Ade said concerning the A-frame
    The A-frame bag too doesn't look genuine...sorry
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    Thanks JP for the confirmation.

    Hi Kevin, I don't like the bag either sorry.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi JPhilip
    Thanks for your confirmation.I think there are still too many things to learn for me in this area.But I am glad I can meet you guys here to help me grow up.

    BTW Do you know are they aged ones or modern fake?

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    Hi,

    sorry if I "conquer" this thread, but why open a new one when this one is already dealing with A-frames.

    I am interested in your oppinion on this A-frame. Personally I think it is a repro. I was fooled by the used look and the maker marked hardware, but now I see the web material is different from other eamples I've seen, the sewing is not done very thoroughly. And the stamped maker mark does not seem to belong to this kind of equipment.

    What do you think?

    Chris
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