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Is this real luftwaffe dagger portepee ?

Article about: Hi, I'd like added portepee to my 2nd model Luftwaffe dagger. I came across this portepee, but unfortunately about it I know very few . Seller claims that it is original. I would like to ask

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    Hi, I'd like added portepee to my 2nd model Luftwaffe dagger. I came across this portepee, but unfortunately about it I know very few . Seller claims that it is original.
    I would like to ask for your opinions.

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    It looks okay to me.
    Ralph.
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    me to,ps nice finger nails.

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    Typical wear that flattens the wire looks good to me......dont like red tho..

    Ger

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    It's an original portipee - Nails are fake.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    It's an original portipee - Nails are fake.........
    Not set correctly

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    That too, Ger.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Plastic nail shoulders to cuticle fit..is poorly executed. Im leaning on this being a late RZM application...or a "Monday Morning" job
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