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Original Panzerfaust or fake paint? (Best conditions i have seen)

Article about: Hi all!! I have been looking for a panzerfaust long time ago, now i have the oportunity to buy this one, but looks in almost perfect conditions for me... It's a repro or a original one?? wha

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    Default Original Panzerfaust or fake paint? (Best conditions i have seen)

    Hi all!!
    I have been looking for a panzerfaust long time ago, now i have the oportunity to buy this one, but looks in almost perfect conditions for me... It's a repro or a original one?? what do you think?

    Thank you very much!

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    Here is my Panzerfaust, it was dug up then redone and repainted, the fellow that did it left the "trigger" rough under the paint as shown in the photosClick image for larger version. 

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    Very nice panzerfaust Campx! Do you think the one i posted has been restored too? or has the original paint and stickers? (pre 1945)

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    I really cannot tell. I am not a German collector except for some Ordnance, we do not see these often in Canada in any condition.
    However, and the is JUST MT OPINION, I do think later in the war not all things would follow the accepted pattern, and perhaps one of the reasons the paint is light coloured is just that, lack of the described pattern coloured paint, some might say fading, that would be possible, however one would not think that it would fade evenly as the side on display would be a tad lighter in colour due to light.

    Again, just my thoughts.

    Dean O.
    Ajax Ontario Canada

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    Hard to tell from these pic's, but seem re-done to me.
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    Just wondering, what is the asking cost on your panzerfaust, mine was $350 in Trade, if allowed into the Country these days, it would cost near that to ship from Europe!!!

    Dean O.

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    The asking cost for this one (with shipping cost from lettland) is 340$ (250€ / 200 the panzerfaust, and 50 the shipping)

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    Thank You!!! to Me Weather it is repainted or not, it a nice piece..maybe not for those that want everything 100%, but still a nice piece, and maybe someday you can find another you like, and buy it and sell this one. I "upgrade" when ever I can.

    Just My Thoughts.

    Dean O.
    Ajax Canada

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    I say the paint is fake. They made a mistake. It is labeled as a 60m, but surely it is late model 30m. Note the sight.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    I am no expert on these, But I do have a Panzerfaust 60 in Original condition in my war room. While looking at mine and Comparing your pictures it appears to me that the tube is for a Panzerfaust 30 and the head is a Panzerfaust 60. The paint is not Original. It is kinda miss matched.
    Just my observation my friend.


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