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WW1 German tunic

Article about: I picked up this interesting WW1 German tunic yesterday at the Liverpool arms fair. It is fair to say that it is probably the only way I could ever afford a WW1 tunic, because this one is a

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    Cheaper than an original and would (in my opinion) make a great base for a 'Stormtrooper' display.

    I like it a lot.

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    great looking Tunic Steve.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Quote by guns ltd View Post
    great looking Tunic Steve.

    John
    Hi John, glad you like it. I have a new 'toy' arriving tomorrow. A Gew 88 without the charger modification and fitted with a carbine turn down bolt. It has Austrian re-issue stamps for WW1 and battle damage to the butt. It is fairly rusty, but still an interesting item!
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