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Lets see your Polish Militaria Display!

Article about: Beautiful displays, you have just raised the level of display quality. For me it is going back to make maybe new display. I love your 2KW, and VM.

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    Amazing guns Tony,I can only dream of owning a pre-war Vis pistol.
    Thanks 3mk. Yes, as mentioned previously, finding that pre-war Eagle was a dream come true. I knew that I’d have to locate one within Canada as the firearm laws here are very strict, especially when it comes to importation. I was doubly fortunate as this one is in fantastic condition with its original ‘rust-blue’ finish in a near perfect state of preservation.

    T.


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    Tony do you have any idea on how to display a furazerka??
    Thanks

    -Emil

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    Tony do you have any idea on how to display a furazerka??
    Here’s a “cheap and cheerful” way I came up with that works for me . . .

    These stands are made from heavy cardboard, taken from the covers of old three ring binders. But most any cardboard should work well. A simple design that works great at keeping the cap upright on the shelf.

    And can’t beat the price!

    T.
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    Emil, I just remembered that you were asking about this Exile Polish Air Force SD cap cap . . . here's a better pic. As mentioned, manufactured by Moss Brothers, Covent Garden.

    T.
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    Tony you really got me into the whole homemade display making idea!Thanks for doing a close up on the cap its really beautiful.

    -Emil

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    I should of read that any cardboard should work the cardboard in the binder was preety thick, to bad i dont have aa wz.21 or 34 Polish sabre or a Perkun or Radom bayonet to help me that was cheap!It cost me less then a styrofoam mannequin head!Thanks Tony.I just finished putting together my last display case and i gotta admit your idea was great!I cant wait till i can make another one but i still need to get some more into my collection for that to happend.This thread is a bigger hit then i expected 1036 views last time i checked lets keep it alive!

    -Emil

    Ps. Those furazerki and that Polish RAF cap are great Tony!

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    Hi John, welcome to the forum!

    Thanks for showing those super knives! Fantastic stuff!

    Hi Tony, my VIS does have the "P35(P)" marking but it is a bit faint in pic. You are correct, it is devoid of the shoulder stock slot

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Still cannot find pics. of Polish Para. Meanwhile here is a picture of my Polish badges
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    Great badges!Are they all originals?

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