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Picked up an original Panzerfaust 60

Article about: Paid 0 for it. It has likely a post-war repaint but is in very good condition. Missing the fins for the rocket stem though.

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    Picked up this original Panzerfaust 60. It has likely a post-war repaint, but is in very good condition. Some were issued in this dark green color.

    Missing the fins for the rocket stem though. I paid 670 for it.
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    Hopefully this will come in the next week and I'll get some better pictures.

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    without the stenciled writing "Feuer" and arrow for the blast and the warning label on the warhead, I would say it probably has had a repaint.
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    its in good condition.

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    I have yet to see any with the fins. Including mine.

    A must have for a collection. Nice one. Repainted or not.
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    Nice original one would agree with repaint. timothy

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    Very nice Panzerfaust. A must for every collection.



    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    I just sold one of these, off site.......... all complete and not re-painted with all the stencilling. For once it wasn't a dug up, I must admit I did get "twitchy" about selling it on my website.

    I read somewhere that they are still classed as Rocket grenades and are illegal to sell on the net Any truth in it? I also have a bouncing betty which again is all complete, but I have been told that is definitely a "No NO"

    Can anyone clarify these items for me
    Thanks

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    john;
    What part of the world are you selling these items????
    Here in the states we buy and sell them all the time, when available. They ALL have to be Deactivated.
    Just wondering,


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Isle of Man John, which is part of the UK. How do you de-act a PF? It's a tube with a hollow charge stuck on the top. Anyway the one I sold did not have any visible signs of being butchered

    However on the plus side of living here. We are allowed pistols, and I am an FLL (RFD)

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