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Article about: This is a reproduction that I made, but it is based on a description of what both Partisans, and Red Army troops did just to "stick it" to the enemy. What I did was take one of the

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    This is a reproduction that I made, but it is based on a description of what both Partisans, and Red Army troops did just to "stick it" to the enemy.

    What I did was take one of the cheap repop SS belt buckles, drill a hole in the center of the swastika, and install a Soviet Cockade, then solder it in.

    If anyone out there has a real one, I would love to see it.





    Boridin

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    Sorry Boridin, if you included a photograph, it's not showing. Try it again.

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    They show on my end.

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    I can view the images. Nice job Bruce! However, you may want to use an earlier type star - the one you have used is the model of 1964.

    There is a discussion about these here: http://warrelics.eu/forum/soldiers-t...-buckles-3297/

    Sitges, if you are unable to view the images, try clearing out your browser's cache...
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    I can't find the more correct star cockade.

    I would have used a more correct one, but I haven't got one.

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    I am sure myself or Dimas can help you find one.
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    Fellow collectors are NOT adversaries to be bested...

    ☭ "Ричик, я не понимаю, почему, почему ты тратишь деньги на эти вещи!" ☭

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    Honestly, I didn't want this to be "to" correct, as I did not want it to end up being passed off as original.

    Needless to say, I would not try to do that, but I won't live forever.

    Boridin

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