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What do you guys think about this WW1 Camo?

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    Default What do you guys think about this WW1 Camo?

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    You need better photos, but it looks like a modern repaint from the photos.
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    Agree. Not looking promising. But definitely need much better photos and ones that are uploaded correctly and not what appears to be a hosting sight.
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    Oh a nice M16. Looks authentic. Unfortunately the pics are very small. The liner looks genuine, but the liner condition is not the best and I cant see any strap, right? Its hard to say, if the camo paint is authentic, could be post war. But if genuine, its a nice item.

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    The guy is sending some pics taken outside in good light tommorow...

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    Hi, I'm not keen on it being original cammo at the moment from these images. I hope it improves with the better pictures. Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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    It does not look too promising to me. Perhaps it has been lacquered which might explain the shiny exterior, but based upon these pictures I would pass. Even if real, a lacquered piece isn't "untouched" and is a bit of a liability. There are many "one look" WWI camo's out ther so my thought would be to move on and find another that has no issues. Just my 2 cents. Jim G.

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    I have a few original WW1 German camo lids, I don't like the paint on this one, I think a good clear photo of the top of the lid would help..but as I said, the paint looks too fresh to me.

    Just my thoughts

    Dean O

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    Not one with which I would be comfortable. To me it clearly is a post War hump job. I would pass and, as I said before, look for a piece without any issues. Jim G.

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